Monday December 18th 2017

Prospective Evaluation of Development of Skin Rashes in MS Patients Treated with Daclizumab High Yield Process (P2.204)

CONCLUSIONS: Skin rash is a very common adverse reaction to treatment with anti-CD25 therapy.Studies investigating mechanisms underlying heightened skin reactivity, including quantitative and qualitative changes in cutaneous Treg populations and cutaneous expression of CD25, are underway.Study Supported by: NIH/NINDS intramural programDisclosure: Dr. Cortese has nothing to disclose. Dr. Fenton has nothing to disclose. Dr. Ohayon has nothing to disclose. Dr. Cowen has nothing to disclose. Dr. DiGiovanna has nothing to disclose. Dr. Bielekova has received royalty payments from the National Institutes of Health for patents related to the use of daclizumab and other CD25-blocking agents for the treatment of MS. (Source: Neurology)

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Prospective Evaluation of Development of Skin Rashes in MS Patients Treated with Daclizumab High Yield Process (P2.204)

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