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Use of Monoclonal Antibody Disease-Modifying Therapies on the Rise in Multiple Sclerosis, Fueled Largely by the Introduction of Genentech's Ocrevus

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According to the most recent quarterly update from Spherix Global Insights, multiple sclerosis-focused neurologists report increased use of monoclonal antibody disease-modifying therapies and a recent chart audit of over 500 patients on monoclonal antibody disease-modifying therapy highlights important characteristics for patients being selected for this class of disease-modifying therapies

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