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The effectiveness of Mayzent (siponimod) in both the brain and the body make it an oral therapy tailored for people with early secondary progressive multiple sclerosis (SPMS), according to Dan Bar-Zohar, MD, top executive with Novartis, the treatment’s developer. Mayzent was recently approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for adults with relapsing forms of multiple sclerosis […]
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Gabapentin and pregabalin now have more restrictive rules for prescriptions in the United Kingdom. Because of concerns regarding the medications’ misuse, both were classified as class C controlled medicines. It is now illegal to supply, sell, or possess these medicines without a prescription, according to a news release by the Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Trust U.K. Gabapentin […]
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Nearly 18% of new multiple sclerosis (MS) patients referred to two speciality clinics in Los Angeles, California, have been misdiagnosed with the disease, according to a recent study. Most of them actually were affected by migraines, among other conditions, and had been taking MS medications unnecessarily for years, many of which have an associated risk […]
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