Living With MS: Switching Medications
In this video, Lauren Parrot vlogs about multiple sclerosis and her fears about switching her medication from Tysabri to Ocrelizumab.
Lauren’s been taking Tysabri for almost nine years and has been advised to switch to Ocrelizumab because she is JCV positive (John Cunningham’s virus) and at risk of contracting progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy (PML)–a rare brain disease. Lauren is uncertain of her future with the new treatment and understandably scared about transitioning from one medication to another.
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