I’ve been treated with Lemtrada, rather than Ocrevus, but I’ve heard from a lot of people who’ve had good success with Ocrevus. Obviously, your neuro is in the hit it hard and hit it fast treatment camp. That’s the progressive attitude and I agree it. The sooner you can attack MS the more likely it is the treatment will be successful. Here’s something I wrote about that:
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