Saturday, March 30, 2013

Strange, But Wonderful!

I recall reading some many months ago that a chemical on sofas was causing sitters to get burned by the chemicals resulting in blisters. Now that chemical, dimethyl fumarate " getting a second chance—as a much ballyhooed multiple sclerosis drug called Tecfidera, whose sales could be enormous.

"Among doctors, there's "a strong consensus that Tecfidera offers a more favorable clinical profile than other oral or injectable first-line options," says an analyst. Indeed, some patients have reportedly been waiting for Tecfidera's FDA approval, which came yesterday, before starting any kind of MS treatment"

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