Continued Research Results About Long Term Benefits of Tecfidera

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Tecfidera is an oral medication that researchers believe effectively inhibits immune system cells and molecules and acts as an anti-oxidant that potentially protects against demyelination and the loss of neurons that occurs in Multiple Sclerosis (MS).

Learn more about Tecfidera here.

In this MD Magazine TV video, learn more about how research is showing that long-term Tecfidera’s usage can be a good treatment option for patients with multiple sclerosis, especially in the early stages.

Learn more about the recent clinical trials that studied Tecfidera and its role in treating RRMS.

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