Last reply 4 weeks ago
Good day from Ukraine

Whether prompt there are people who accept Okverus. Are there any positive results? My neurosurgeon offers me to take it, but in Ukraine it is unrealistically expensive, and it is difficult for an ordinary Ukrainian to buy it.
Does the disease after Okverus leave for long-term remission or does it go away altogether? Is it worth collecting money for this medicine?

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daniel123
4 weeks ago

Ocrevus works like any other MS medication by reducing relapses and slowing the increase in disability.
To date, no MS medication can prevent or reverse the disability.


mlgilber1
4 weeks ago

I’m on Ocrevus and it’s been great so far. I’ve had my initial half doses and a full dose so far. I started October 2018 and so far I haven’t relapsed or had any disease activity or new lesions. I was very fortunate that it’s helped with my symptoms as well. Some disappeared and others lessened. I even went from walking with a walker and having poor balance to not needing a walker at all since starting and my balance is now pretty good. Do you have any co pay assist programs? Here in the US it’s also very expensive, but the drug company offers a co pay assistance program and they usually end up covering the entire price of the medication or you’ll have a very small co pay of about $10.

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