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Monday December 11 2017 02:03 PM

Letter to Minister Simon Harris regarding ocrelizumab

Today, (Monday, 11th December) MS Ireland have written to Minister for Health Simon Harris regarding new medication ocrelizumab, which is the first ever medication to be indicated for primary progressive MS. MS Ireland are asking the Minister to take action to ensure that this medication is made available to people with MS in Ireland as soon as possible.

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Download letter to Minister Simon Harris.

Information about ocrelizumab

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Questions or comments regarding this letter can be directed to Harriet Doig, Information, Advocacy and Research Officer – harrietd@ms-society.ie 

Author: MS Ireland

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