Current Treatments For Multiple Sclerosis

A chronic condition affecting the central nervous system is multiple sclerosis (MS). Nerves are covered in a protective covering called myelin which also speeds up nerve signal transmission. People with MS experience inflammation of myelin areas, and progressive myelin deterioration and loss. Anyone diagnosed with a relapsing form of MS will most likely start treatment with a disease-modifying drug approved by the FDA. It involves individuals that undergo an MS-compliant first clinical case. Treatment of a disease-modifying drug can go on indefinitely unless the patient has a bad reaction, suffers unpleasant side effects, or is not taking the medication as they should. Also treatment should change if there is a better option available.    

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