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MS Injections

One of the most common ways to manage your MS is by taking an injectable therapy. There are several types of injection therapies designed to help reduce the frequency of relapses — some even slow the progression of physical disability.

All of these MS treatments are given by self-injection, however, some people may prefer to have a friend or family member help them take their injections. Each medication offers nurse support and may have an available autoinjector.

It is important to remember that all medications have benefits and risks. Prior to starting any MS therapy, you should talk to your doctor to decide if it is right for you.

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