The return of cladribine in RRMS


Back in 2009, the launch of the first oral therapy for relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis was much anticipated. Cladribine, initially studied in MS as a parenteral drug in 1994 (Sipe et al. Lancet 1994;244:9-13), had been reformulated as an oral therapy and had completed phase III testing. The new drug, Movectro, earned a fast-track review by the FDA in 2006, and received early approval for use in Russia and Australia.

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