IN MORE PROGRESSED RELAPSING MS PATIENTS,
MAYZENT DEMONSTRATED A
VS PLACEBO IN TIME TO 3-MONTH CONFIRMED DISABILITY PROGRESSION (P=0.013)1,10§DISCOVER PROVEN EFFICACY
IN MORE PROGRESSED
RELAPSING MS PATIENTS,
MAYZENT DEMONSTRATED A
VS PLACEBO IN TIME TO 3-MONTH CONFIRMED DISABILITY PROGRESSION (P=0.013)1,10§
CDP=confirmed disability progression; DMT=disease-modifying therapy; EDSS=Expanded Disability Status Scale; MOA=mechanism of action; MOD=mechanism of disease; MS=multiple sclerosis; RMS=relapsing MS; S1P=sphingosine 1-phosphate; SPMS=secondary progressive MS.
*From a preplanned interim analysis of an open-label extension study.2
†Patients in EXPAND had a mean EDSS score of 5.4.10
‡Based on animal studies.8,9
§The proportion of patients with 3-month CDP for MAYZENT was 26% vs 32% for placebo. Although MAYZENT had a significant effect on CDP in patients with active SPMS (relapse in the 2 years prior to study entry), its effect in patients with nonactive SPMS was not statistically significant.1,10
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