Listen: New Drug Helps Manage Secondary Progressive MS
"People with a form of multiple sclerosis could get some relief from a pill. That's been approved by the FDA Masinde, reduces inflammation, and those with relapsing MS. Reduced risk of disease, progression and impact on physical disability and cognitive decline. Neurologist Santosh Qassari with providence, Saint John's health center in Santa Monica tells KNX at the drug can also help when relapsing MS develops into a progressive form later in life. MS disrupts communication between the brain and other parts of the body. Blurred vision, muscle, weakness, and difficulty with balance and coordination are just some of the"