What You Need to Know About Interferon Beta (Avonex®, Betaseron®, Extavia®, Rebif®)

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Back in February, a study showed the variability of immune responses in different people with multiple sclerosis (MS) and suggested this heterogeneity affected responses to the commonly prescribed MS medication interferon-β, but blood biomarkers may exist that can help to determine those most likely to benefit from such treatment.

In this National MS Society video, watch Mark Skeen, MD, Associate Professor of Neurology at Duke University School of Medicine talk about Interferon Beta (Avonex®, Betaseron®, Extavia®, Rebif®).

Learn more about how MS patients’ likely response to Interferon-β may be evident in a blood biomarker.

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