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Multiple sclerosis and disease modifying drugs, what are my options?

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Disease modifying drugs are a group of treatments for people with multiple sclerosis. While most treatments are offered to people with RRMS, there are currently two DMDs available for progressive MS. 

Over the years, the options available as well as the approach towards DMDs by healthcare teams has changed. We spoke to Dr Sharmilee Gnanapavan, a Consultant Neurologist at Bart's Health to get some answers on what can often be a confusing subject.

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