I get a newsletter from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) with information about all of the recently approved drugs. It’s exciting to see. We live in a time when we are seeing treatment options advance before our eyes — from new offerings for long-treated condition areas to the first-approved medications in others. What a time to be sick!
If you’re privileged enough to have a condition that has a few available treatment options, when, if ever, do you consider changing to a different medication? I recently decided to change medications for my multiple sclerosis (MS). Here’s how I made that decision.
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