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Saturday, January 17, 2015

re: A Question regarding Intravenous Cladribine

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What are MS patients' experiences with Cladribine intravenous treatment for MS? 
 (This is not the same treatment as the Cladribine pill that never got FDA approval.  Most Cladribine IV treatments are intended to permanently remove inflammation caused by MS. Drugs like Prednisone are temporary anti-inflammatory agents).   




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