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As Genzyme waits for FDA ruling, its multiple sclerosis drug wins approval in
As Cambridge biotech Genzyme awaits an upcoming US regulatory decision on its experimental multiple sclerosis drug, the medicine has won approval for sale in Canada. Genzyme said Friday that the regulatory agency Health Canada signed off on its …
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Genzyme obtains Canadian approval for Lemtrada for multiple sclerosis treatment
Health Canada has approved Lemtrada for the management of adult patients with relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS), with active disease defined by clinical and imaging features, who have had an inadequate response to interferon beta or other …
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Dr. Oz discusses stem-cell research for multiple sclerosis with Meredith Vieira
Vieira, 59, has made many sacrifices for her husband Richard Cohen's multiple sclerosis. In 2011, Meredith left the "Today Show" after five years, in part to spend more time with her Richard, who's legally blind and walks with a cane after MS ravaged …
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