Rebif

What is Rebif?

Rebif also called as Interferon beta 1a, is a drug in the interferon family used to treat multiple sclerosis (MS). Interferons produce about a 18–38% reduction in the rate of MS relapses. Interferon beta in either form can slow the advance of disability in multiple sclerosis ; the claim is that interferons may slow the progress of the disease if started early and continued for the duration of the disease

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My last period was on the 21st of April and I have consistent periods that come every 27days with no delays. I was last sexually active...

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Dear user, welcome to healthcare magic.
I wonder how you are using rebif (interferone alpha) while not using an effective method of contraception....

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My son has just been diagnosed with remitting and relapsing MS. He was given a list of drugs and told to pick which ones he wanted to go on. He...

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Disease modifying therapies like the ones you have mentioned above have been shown to reduce the frequency...

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my neurologist sent me for an mri following severe ear infections[which antibiotics could not clear up ] . I understand i have scarring on the...

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