B-cell therapy can help slow nerve damage and ease inflammation for people who have MS. Find out how this therapy works and how it might prevent relapses.
B-cell therapy is a promising treatment for multiple sclerosis. It works by slowing down the disease and preventing relapses.
B-cell therapy goes after cells that cause nerve damage. Learn about the different types of B-cell therapy and what it can do for your MS.
It’s important to inform friends and family about the realities of B-cell therapy for multiple sclerosis and get the support you need.
B-cell therapy comes in three types to treat MS. If your doctor thinks B-cell therapy is right for you, here's what you can expect when you start.
B-cell therapies have been used for more than 20 years. Destroying those B-cells inside the central nervous system can help people with MS.
B-cell therapy is used to battle cells that damage certain nerve fibers. The therapy can improve MS symptoms, but could have side effects. Learn more.
Because it's a fairly new treatment for MS, doctors aren't sure whether you need to take it forever.
How can B-cell therapy stop relapse flare-ups and prevent your MS from getting worse?
If you have multiple sclerosis (MS), you and your doctor will need to come up with a treatment plan. Here’s what you need to know to get the best care.
There are things you can do, both before and after receiving your treatments, that will give you the best opportunity to feel the fewest side effects.
Your condition and symptoms help determine your needs. Answer some questions to find out which health care professionals you should see.