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Treatment of early onset multiple sclerosis with subcutaneous interferon beta-1a.

Neurology 2005 March 9
The authors studied the tolerability of subcutaneous interferon beta-1a (IFNbeta-1a) in 51 patients with early-onset multiple sclerosis. The most frequent systemic adverse effects were flu-like symptoms in 65%. Laboratory abnormalities included asymptomatic leukopenia (27%) and elevated hepatic transaminases (35%). Treatment with IFNbeta-1a was safe and well tolerated in the majority of children and adolescents.

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