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    DreaMS Clinical Trial-Oral Treatment for RRMS
    emilymeredith posted:
    Have any of you heard of the DreaMS study? It's a clinical research study for an investigational oral drug for RRMS. The study started already but they still need people to take part. The website for the study is I work for the company that developed the website and am helping the pharmaceutical sponsor raise awareness about the study.
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    m1ch3le responded:
    I have had MS for 7 years and I started a trial over 2 years ago for Fingolimod (oral) has been approved from the FDA this year.

    I used to get relapses 2 a year with-out treatment, Once with shots (Rebif) and with this oral medication I haven't had a relapse in over 2 years!!

    Def look for it in a few years!!!

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