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Clinical Effects of COPAXONE(R) or Interferon Therapy Compared to Untreated RRMS Patients

The percentages of relapse-free patients in each group were: COPAXONE -- 83 percent; Avonex -- 65 percent; Rebif -- 60 percent; Betaseron -- 60 percent; no treatment -- 37 percent.

Adriana Carra, M.D., Department of Neurology, Hospital Britanico de Buenos Aires, Argentina, spoke about the results. "It is clear that immunomodulatory therapy is beneficial in the long-term treatment of relapsing-remitting patients compared to no treatment. Our data are similar to those observed in other studies published or presented."

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November 5, 2003 in avonex, betaseron, copaxone, interferon-beta, rebif, research | Permalink