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Patients with debilitating multiple sclerosis may discover just how fast their nervous system disease is progressing with a new quick and easy test.
A new drug to fight multiple sclerosis (MS) is showing promise as one of the “most effective” treatment options ever produced for the debilitating disease, according to UK researchers.
The medication fingolimod reduced inflammatory lesion activity and reduced brain volume loss in patients with multiple sclerosis who participated in a two-year placebo-controlled clinical trial and were assessed by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) measures.