From my understanding thaY are all most effective with RRMS, but they do not work via the same physilogical mechanism. I think most dull down the immune response, another acts as bait for MRTC's and Tysabri works via attaching to immune cells so they dont make it into the CNS.Ocoee wrote:In a follow-up discussion with the neurologist, insisted that he would not prescribe Tysabri because “I don’t have the kind of MS” that Tysabri works on. I’m confused at this statement since I thought that if I had MS where Betaseron could possibly benefit me, then Tysabri could also be potentially beneficial since my understanding is that the 4 injectible drugs and Tysabri are all used in the same MS scenarios (i.e. more of a relapsing remitting pattern).
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