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Posted by Nancy
on October 02, 2000 at 08:02:01:
In Reply to: Interferon beta-1A and 1B posted by Randy on September 26, 2000 at 15:34:19:
Though some people are having luck with the interferons, many are not. My daughter progressed rapidly and suffered exacerbations every two months on Betaseron. She switched to Copaxone and low dose Naltrexone (3 mg) and has been exacerbation free for almost 6 months. She has also noticed some regression of her daily symptoms. Just wanted to pass this along as there are more options out there than the interferons.
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