Saturday February 24th 2018

NICE backs one beta interferon for MS but rejects other drugs

A beta interferon has been approved for the routine NHS treatment of some forms of multiple sclerosis, after a discount was agreed, but a further five drugs have been rejected. (Source: Nursing Times)

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NICE backs one beta interferon for MS but rejects other drugs

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