Merck KGaA raises awareness for smoldering MS symptoms that cause patients to 'unravel'
Recent evidence suggests reducing relapses is “only part of [the] battle” for multiple sclerosis patients, according to Merck KGaA.
While it was previously thought that MS patients go into periods of remission, science now points to some patients experiencing gradual neurodegeneration from the start, causing them to subtly worsen despite no signs of relapse. Merck KGaA’s EMD Serono wants to drive awareness to the condition, called “smoldering MS,” as it advances its late-stage BTK inhibitor evobrutinib in relapsing MS.
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