FOXNews.com - New Treatment for Multiple Sclerosis
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune disease that attacks the nervous system and affects nearly half-a-million Americans. “We’ve been primarily using injectable medications, medicines the patient uses themselves,” said Dr. Aaron Miller from The Mount Sinai Medical Center. “These have been uncomfortable to say the least and modestly effective.” A new oral, once-daily pill helps reduce relapsing forms of MS without injections.
- Dr. Aaron Miller, Professor, Neurology, The Mount Sinai Medical Center