Disease modifying drugs
If you have relapses with your MS, disease modifying drugs (DMDs) might be a suitable treatment for you.
They’re not a cure for MS, but they can reduce the number of relapses you experience. It’s not yet known if any of the drugs can slow the rate of disability in the long term.
Clinical trials have shown that disease modifying drugs (DMDs) reduce the number of MS relapses by around a third over two years.
Like all drugs, DMDs cause some side effects, and have criteria for who can access them. The most common drugs are injected.
Unlicensed drugs may also be used to treat MS, perhaps because licensed drugs haven't worked well for an individual.