Multiple Sclerosis is documented in medical history back to 1848. There was no treatment for this disease until 1993-1994 – when the first treatment for the disease was approved by the FDA.
Research since the 1990s has been remarkable. Today there are multiple treatments available – including: injectable, IV, and oral options.
Patients and their physicians can choose from these treatments. Discussions to determine the best treatment for each individual include how it is administered, how often it is to be taken/given, possible side effects, and required monitoring take place before treatment is initiated.
Patients can search information on all treatment options by utilizing the web sites listed below or by searching each option by name.
Remember knowledge is power.