Multiple Sclerosis Drugs
Interferon Drugs for Multiple Sclerosis (Avonex, Betaseron, Rebif)
Interferon beta drugs help control the immune system, which helps control MS. Here's what you should know.
Glatiramer helps prevent the body's immune system from attacking nerve fibers.
Novantrone slows disability and reduces the relapse rate. Learn more about it.
Tysabri reduces the relapse rate, but is somewhat controversial. Read more here.
Aubagio reduces the number of flares in adults with relapsing forms of multiple sclerosis. It's a once-a-day tablet.
Steroids: Treatment for Multiple Sclerosis Relapses
When relapses occur, IV steroids are often used to control them. Learn what to expect, including side effects.
Cytoxan Therapy for Multiple Sclerosis
Cytoxan works to suppress the immune system, thereby slowing the disease. Read more about the treatment and serious side effects.
Imuran for Multiple Sclerosis
When other MS drugs have failed, this is another option. Learn more about Imuran.
Baclofen for Multiple Sclerosis
Baclofen helps control spastic, involuntary muscle movements.
Gilenya: The First Oral MS Drug
Gilenya (fingolimod) is for the treatment of relapsing MS.
Botox for Multiple Sclerosis
Learn more about Botox, how it works to help MS, and its advantages and disadvantages.