• Disease-modifying medications help to slow down the course of MS. There are a variety of disease-modifying medications available for MS: Teriflunomide (Aubagio®) How it is taken: Aubagio® is an oral medication to be taken once per day. What it does: Aubagio® is used for the treatment of relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis to decrease the number of attacks and to slow down the accumulation of physical disabilities that RRMS causes.

  • For relapsing forms of MS, there are a variety of disease-modifying medications that can help slow the course of MS. There are 2 important things to expect from your treatment with a disease-modifying medication: 1. Your treatment should effectively slow the progression of your disease. The earlier you receive optimal treatment, the better.

  • Why should I take charge of my MS treatment? There are many reasons why it's important to take charge of your treatment: You are the expert on your symptoms, your personal experience with MS, and your level of satisfaction with your MS treatment. This can provide valuable information to your neurologist in guiding your treatment.

  • MS often strikes people in their peak career and family-building years. How can you live to the best of your ability with MS? Here are a few tips on managing MS treatment as part of a busy life: Treat your MS early. Researchers have found that there may be a "window of opportunity" early in the disease where treatment has the maximum impact on slowing down the progression of MS so you can continue to live to the best of your ability for longer.

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