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Side Effects Dampen Neurologists’ Enthusiasm For Novel MS Drugs

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With nearly a dozen new multiple sclerosis drugs in some phase of mid- to late-stage development - from the first oral options to infrequently administered biologics - the treatment paradigm for the debilitating disease appears on the cusp of significant change

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