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The PREFERMS Study: Evaluating Real-World Patient Retention On Oral Fingolimod Compared With Injectable Disease Modifying Therapies In…

CONCLUSIONS:PREFERMS will evaluate patient retention on fingolimod versus iDMT, and the impact this may have on key clinical and MRI outcomes in RRMS. Moreover, this study will provide important real-world clinical and patient-reported outcomes of relevance to early fingolimod therapy.Study Supported by:Novartis Pharmaceuticals CorporationDisclosure: Dr. Tenenbaum has received personal compensation for activities with Novartis. Dr. Tenenbaum holds stock and/or stock options in Novartis. Dr. Schofield has received personal compensation for activities with Novartis. Dr. Schofield holds stock and/or stock options in Novartis. Dr. Meng has received personal compensation for activities with Novartis. Dr. Meng holds stock and/or stock options in Novartis which sponsored research in which Dr. Men…

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