Duquesne In The News: PGY1 Scott Carson
Multiple Sclerosis News Today reported that an analysis conducted by the School of Pharmacy and AllianceRx Walgreens Prime led by PGY1 Scott Carson, Pharm.D. found people with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis using approved oral disease-modifying therapies generally tolerate the treatments well in the article Safety of Oral DMTs for RRMS in Real-world Use Seen to Match Trial Findings.
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