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Addressing disease activity early with a high efficacy
MS treatment can make a difference in the future

Stopping disease activity early can lower the chance of disability in the future

Researchers have discovered that starting a high efficacy treatment early—and thus stopping damage caused by MS—can make a big
difference in how MS progresses 3 years, 5 years, and even 10 years from now.


People who started a high efficacy treatment from the start of their MS
did better than people who started the same treatment later

People who started high efficacy treatment earlier did better that people who started it later



Even if you don’t feel symptoms, damage from MS can still be happening inside
your body, so getting the right treatment early can make a big difference.

Talk to your doctor about your goals and what works best for you, right from the start.

Discover 3 main goals in treating MS

Discover 3 main goals in treating MS

Find resources to help you talk about MS

Find resources to help you talk about MS

Learn about striking the right balance

Learn about striking the right balance

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