Lemtrada (also known as alemtuzumab or campath) is a disease modifying treatment (DMT) for highly active relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis. Lemtrada is given as an intravenous infusion (drip), often in two treatment courses, twelve months apart. Clinical trials have shown that Lemtrada reduces relapses by around 50% compared to a placebo.
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Hello all, Just a question about Lemtrada. I received my first dose in March and had to […]
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Does anyone know what the wait time is at salford for lemtrada?