Monday December 18th 2017

Efficacy Of Fingolimod In Pre-Treated Patients With Disease Activity: Pooled Analyses Of FREEDOMS and FREEDOMS II (P3.174)

Conclusions: Our analyses show that treatment with fingolimod in patients failing prior treatment is efficacious across all measures of disease activity, including disability progression.Study supported by: NovartisDisclosure: Dr. Bergvall has received personal compensation for activities with Novartis as an employee. Dr. Sfikas has received personal compensation for activities with Novartis as an employee. Dr. Sfikas holds stocks and/or stock options in Novartis. Dr. Chin has received personal compensation for activities with Novartis as an employee. Dr. Chin holds stock and/or stock options in Novartis, which sponsored research in which Dr. Chin was involved as an investigator. Dr. Tomic has received personal compensation for activities with Novartis as an employee. Dr. Tomic holds stock…

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Efficacy Of Fingolimod In Pre-Treated Patients With Disease Activity: Pooled Analyses Of FREEDOMS and FREEDOMS II (P3.174)

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