From: MDedge Neurology
By: Bruce Jancin
The three oral disease-modifying therapies (DMTs) for multiple sclerosis (MS) approved last year in the United States haven’t made a big splash in the marketplace. So far, it’s more like a ripple, according to a study of neurologists’ prescribing patterns. “The recently approved therapies will initially be niched as later-line options,” predicted Virginia R. Schobel, MSc, nephrology franchise head at Spherix Global Insights… (read more).