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  • #18155
     MS News Today Moderator 
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    Researchers in Germany and Canada have compiled a study that lists reasons for the lack of effective therapies for progressive forms of MS. Read the full story here.

    What do you think of these reasons?

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     Ros Mahoney 
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    I was diagnosed 2005 and I’ve been on autoimmune therapy since 2011..  I’m finding it harder, even now with RRMS,  to access treatments and I get rejected for many  because of the damage caused to kidneys.  This doesn’t provide much comfort for my future and reading this provides even less to be honest …

  • #18189
     John Connor 
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    Hi Ros [& indeed ED] The news from the UK is that the modifying therapy Ocrevus has only just be allowed for use with Progressive MS patients. This was finally agreed in May of this year and supposedly should be available to such patients from now – September 2019.

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