Wednesday July 26th 2017

[Comment] Trial and error in clinical studies: lessons from ATAMS

Multiple sclerosis is one of the most prevalent neurological diseases in young adults and causes progressive and permanent disability in about a third of patients. Thus a treatment that halts or, even better, reverses disease progression is desperately needed, but unfortunately is not on the horizon. Nevertheless, substantial progress has been made in research into the treatment of multiple sclerosis during the past 20 years. The consensus is that at least the majority of multiple sclerosis cases have an autoimmune pathogenesis, so existing treatment protocols focus mainly on immune modulation. (Source: Lancet Neurology)

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[Comment] Trial and error in clinical studies: lessons from ATAMS

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