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By Aaron Miller, Fred Lublin, Patricia K Coyle

ISBN-10: 1482211378

ISBN-13: 9781482211375

ISBN-10: 1901865231

ISBN-13: 9781901865233

Simply because a number of sclerosis is a variable, unpredictable situation of unknown aetiology and poorly understood pathogenesis, a that locations a huge burden - actual, mental, social and monetary on these laid low with it (patients, kin, careers and friends), unanswered questions want addressing. well known tv exhibits like "West Wing" have introduced MS to the eye of hundreds of thousands of audience. Multiple Sclerosis in scientific perform presents solutions for these in family members perform while being interviewed via sufferers and relations. medical trial info are analyzed and provided in a transparent, concise type in order that these diagnosing and treating MS sufferers can accomplish that in an efficient demeanour. it is a sensible consultant for all these operating in scientific perform.

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TREATMENT TO ALTER THE DISEASE COURSE With a firm diagnosis of relapsing-remitting MS, it is imperative that patients be informed about the three approved agents available for reducing attack rates and severity. Based on European and Canadian studies, it is likely that beta interferon is also helpful to prevent progression in secondary progressive disease (1). The three approved agents, beta interferon-1b (Betaseron®) (2), beta interferon-1a (Avonex®) (3,4,5), and glatiramer acetate (Copaxone®) (6), have been in use for several years to more than two decades.

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A transition to secondary progressive disease is common but may not appear for several decades. Primary progressive MS represents approximately 10 percent of cases, some of which are actually secondary progressive patients who deny, suppress, or forget earlier symptoms. Perhaps 5 percent are progressive-relapsing, although this form of MS is controversial. There are now accepted treatments for acute attacks and for reducing the frequency and severity of attacks. There is growing consensus that agents that reduce attack frequency also slow the progression of disability and that secondary progressive MS also responds to these agents.

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