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Disparities in DMT Access: Women with MS Are Less Likely to Receive Treatment

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    Disease-modifying therapies (DMTs) are an effective option for patients with multiple sclerosis (MS). In fact, a recent study presented at the 2023 joint ECTRIMS-ACTRIMS meeting in Italy found that MS patients being treated with a DMT had better cognitive function than those who were not. However, the same study also found that women are less likely than men to receive DMT treatment. Dive further into the findings with Dr. Andrew Wilner and Dr. Victoria Leavitt, Assistant Professor of Neuropsychology at Columbia University. 

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    Disease-modifying therapies (DMTs) are an effective option for patients with multiple sclerosis (MS). In fact, a recent study presented at the 2023 joint ECTRIMS-ACTRIMS meeting in Italy found that MS patients being treated with a DMT had better cognitive function than those who were not. However, the same study also found that women are less likely than men to receive DMT treatment. Dive further into the findings with Dr. Andrew Wilner and Dr. Victoria Leavitt, Assistant Professor of Neuropsychology at Columbia University. 

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Schedule23 Apr 2024