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MS in the media - 2 October 2015

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Cladribine risk reappraised

Research has shown that the incidence of cancer in people taking cladribine was no greater than in other MS drugs.  Development of cladribine as a treatment for relapsing MS was stopped in 2011 but the new research suggests there is no evidence for an increased risk of cancer

Source: Eureka Alert

MS Trust link: Cladribine

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