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Friday, March 31, 2017

Aaron Boster, MD Discusses How OCRELIZUMAB works in MS


                                                                  
  



Dr.Boster explains how OCRELIZUMAB works in #MS

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

So if this new medicine is so good, why do I want to use Rebif any more? If it's the same cost, and it's better, I would rather have two IV treatments. Aren't rebif et al. about the same cost?

Look at this comparison of costs:

http://medntel.com/index.php/2016/10/23/how-much-do-ms-medicines-cost/

Anonymous said...

You would want to stay on Rebif, as I am going to stay on Copaxone, because Rebif and Copaxone have been proven to be effective if they are used as directed and have less dangerous side effects than Ocrevus (ocrelizumab).