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In Search of the Guiding Light: Revisiting the Use of Oral and High-efficacy Therapies in a Modern Era of Multiple Sclerosis Treatment
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Patients who are well controlled on injectable drugs but switch to oral therapies are not at greater risk of early relapse.
The rate of first relapse is much greater in the first 6 months when switching from injectable to oral medications.
Disability progression is greater in the first 6 months when switching from injectable to oral medications.
Oral medications are ineffective unless combined with injectable medicatio