Monday January 22nd 2018

Lymphocyte Counts Do Not Predict Risk of Subsequent Relapse or Disability Accumulation in Alemtuzumab-Treated Relapsing-Remitting Multiple Sclerosis…

CONCLUSIONS: Lymphocyte counts and repopulation rates after alemtuzumab do not predict risk of subsequent relapse or disability accumulation.Study Supported by: Genzyme, a Sanofi company, and Bayer Healthcare PharmaceuticalsDisclosure: Dr. Coles has received personal compensation for activities with Genzyme Corporation as a speaker. Mr. Palmer has received personal compensation for activities with Genzyme Corporation as an employee. Dr. Margolin has received personal compensation for activities with Genzyme Corp. as an employee. (Source: Neurology)

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Lymphocyte Counts Do Not Predict Risk of Subsequent Relapse or Disability Accumulation in Alemtuzumab-Treated Relapsing-Remitting Multiple Sclerosis…

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