Treating Multiple Sclerosis
Over 99,000 people worldwide* have taken TYSABRI.
Researching relapsing multiple sclerosis (MS) treatment options, like TYSABRI, can help you take charge of your MS. But choosing an MS therapy is not a solitary decision. It's one that should be made between you and your doctor. Both of you should think about a variety of factors — including effectiveness, safety, cost, and convenience. We want to make sure you have all the information you need to choose with confidence.
In this section you'll learn:
Questions to Ask Your Doctor
You'll find a helpful PDF you can print out for your next appointment.
When It's Time to Consider a New Therapy
These signs can help you and your doctor decide if you should make a switch.
How Your Safety Is Monitored on TYSABRI
Because of the risk of PML, the FDA and Biogen Idec created TOUCH® to inform people about the safety of taking TYSABRI.
How TYSABRI Is Taken
It's given as an infusion every 4 weeks.
How to Pay for TYSABRI
From insurance to financial assistance programs, we're here to give you the information you need.
Where to Find a TYSABRI-Prescribing Doctor
Enter your ZIP code for a list of neurologists in your area.