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Fig. 1 | Multiple Sclerosis and Demyelinating Disorders

Fig. 1

From: Induction treatment strategy in multiple sclerosis: a review of past experiences and future perspectives

Fig. 1

Iconographic representation of Escalation and Induction Strategies. a ESCALATION: Escalation therapy consists of early start of first-line DMDs. If first line DMDs are ineffective or partially effective, on-going therapy is switched to second-line drugs. b INDUCTION: Induction therapy supports the early use of immunosuppressive drugs followed by long-term maintenance treatment, generally with the use of immunomodulatory agents

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