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Because MS is a chronic, life-long disease, physicians and patients need to know they are taking a treatment that will offer them sustained efficacy over the long-term with a consistent safety profile,said Doug Williams, executive vice president, Research and Development, Biogen Idec.
These analyses provide important information on the benefits of TECFIDERA’s strong efficacy and favorable safety for a wide range of patients with RRMS – from those treating their MS for the first time to those who have been on TECFIDERA treatment for up to six and a half years.
We are encouraged by the results from this study, which we believe underline the potential of subcutaneous ofatumumab for treatment of relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis,said Jan van de Winkel, Ph.D., Chief Executive Officer of Genmab.