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Lemtrada

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Other Names: Campath
Alemtuzumab (marketed as Campath, MabCampath or Campath-1H and currently under further development as Lemtrada) is a monoclonal antibody used in the treatment of chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL), cutaneous T-cell lymphoma (CTCL) and non-Hodgkin lymphoma. It is also u... Read more on Wikipedia

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By leeann
December 31, 2013
leeann wrote
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I was part of the clinical trial got treated for 2 years...at least one relapse. Lost some hair not a bunch, lost some weight, about 12 lbs. liked it because it was one full treatment cycle a year, so I was not getting treated as frequently as other meds.
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from Ty to Lemtrada or to Gilenya?? I have no thyroid...
...any switch recommendations? Gilenya, Lemtrada, or...? Do you have ...Ty to Lemtrada or to Gilenya?? I have ...of microcarcinoma) so the autoimmune thyroid desease as a side effect of Lemtrad...
news last week that just changing its name to Alemtuzumab...
...Alemtuzumab and getting a proffesor from cambridge to sing its praises as if it were a new hope come cure to be a bit strange as even i as a relative newbie to MS have heard of this drug. The lice...
feels we are playing with fire and he wants to try Lemtrada...
...their neuro about switching from tysabri to another treatment. Our son has been JCV negative while on this infusion for over 2 years but his neuro feels we are playing with fire and he wants to t...
(Lemtrada or even newer medication). Tysabri...
...I am now on Tecfidera and will ...or a newer medication (Lemtrada or even newer medication). ...It is also used for patients with more aggressive MS. Tysabri does have a small PML risk, but w...
given her Tysabri (or a year from now Alemtuzumab), and...
...MS neurologist was, \"Admit it, we're all on the long march to SPMS and there's nothing anybody can do about it.\" She disagreed. But I'm sure you've heard all that \"Everybody's different\" and...
a new medicine called Alemtuzumab and they are testing that...
...since had 3 relapses. There is a clinical trial in my area for a new medicine called Alemtuzumab and they are testing that against Rebif with great results. They have also suggested Tysabri. I...
a new medicine called Alemtuzumab and they are testing that...
...since had 3 relapses. There is a clinical trial in my area for a new medicine called Alemtuzumab and they are testing that against Rebif with great results. They have also suggested Tysabri. I...
the alemtuzumab therapy was stopped  because three patients...
I believe the alemtuzumab therapy was stopped  because three patients died after developing immune thrombocytopenic...
not on Lemtrada but am considering it when it goes on the...
I'm not on Lemtrada but am considering it when it goes on the Australian PBS next year. I found this site...
\ http://www.medicaldiscoverynews.com/shows/haltMS.html\...
...links about a new treatment for MS called alemtuzumab.\ \ http://www.medicaldiscoverynews.com/shows/haltMS.html\ \ http://www.medicaldiscoverynews.com/\ ...
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