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ECTRIMS-ACTRIMS: Updates to safety of ocrelizumab in pregnancy still “ongoing” after new analysis

898 599 Peter Stevenson, PhD

An update on pregnancy outcomes following ocrelizumab (OCR) treatment in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) and other autoimmune diseases was delivered at this year’s joint…

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ECTRIMS-ACTRIMS: Teriflunomide for multiple sclerosis: is it safe in pregnancy?

898 506 Peter Stevenson, PhD

Friday’s programme at the ECTRIMS-ACTRIMS meeting in Paris played host to an exploration of pregnancy outcomes in multiple sclerosis (MS) patients treated with teriflunomide – …

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ECTRIMS-ACTRIMS: Phase III data EXPAND on siponimod for secondary progressive multiple sclerosis

898 506 Peter Stevenson, PhD

Data presented at the recent 7th joint ECTRIMS-ACTRIMS meeting in Paris delved deeper into the efficacy of siponimod in the treatment of secondary progressive MS…

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899 506 Prof. Dr. Krassen Nedeltchev

Dear colleagues, Thank you for subscribing to BRAINWORK! Your participation has made our eLearning initiative stronger and more wide-ranging! What is Brainwork? Brainwork is a…

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ECTRIMS-ACTRIMS: OBOE study explores biomarkers of neurodegeneration and inflammation in multiple sclerosis

1920 1080 Peter Stevenson, PhD

The development and characterisation of biomarkers in multiple sclerosis (MS) could be a crucial step in understanding disease pathways, as well as the therapeutic mechanisms…

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​Diabetes drug may benefit high-risk stroke patients

4064 2710 Camilla Norrmén, PhD

A study showed last year that the insulin-sensitizing drug pioglitazone reduces the risk for stroke in patients with recent ischemic strokes. A new secondary analysis…

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​NAVIGATE ESUS: Rivaroxaban vs aspirin study terminated due to comparable efficacy

2992 2000 Peter Stevenson, PhD

Early discontinuation has been announced for the Phase III NAVIGATE ESUS study – led by Bayer AG and its development partner Janssen Research & Development,…

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