Lyte Advanced Keto Currently, the only FDA acceptable treatments for multiple sclerosis are pharmaceutical drugs. The first drugs for the treatment of MS became available in 1993. Since then, over a dozen more medications have been released for use to the public. Some of these medications include the injectable drug interferon-beta which was previously used on cancer patients in the 1980s and HIV patients in the early 1990s. These medications work by suppressing the immune system and preventing it from attacking the myelin which surrounds the nerves. However, it also causes patients to suffer side effects such as 'flu-like' symptoms and makes them more susceptible to common infections.
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