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Multiple Sclerosis Treatment with Extavia

EXTAVIA (interferon beta-1b) is a prescription medication approved for the treatment of relapsing forms of multiple sclerosis (MS) to reduce the frequency of episodes. EXTAVIA is also for patients who have had a single episode and MRI findings consistent with MS.

Why Use Extavia to treat Multiple Sclerosis?

Your doctor may recommend EXTAVIA for several reasons. Here are a few:

EXTAVIA is effective.

  • EXTAVIA is proven to delay the second episode in patients with clinically isolated syndrome (CIS)
  • EXTAVIA has been shown to reduce the rate of moderate-to-severe relapses
  • The recommended dose of EXTAVIA is 0.25 mg taken every other day through manual injection or with the EXTAVIA Auto-Injector II

EXTAVIA doesn't need to be refrigerated as an unmixed powder. After mixing, however, EXTAVIA must be used right away or refrigerated and used within 3 hours.

EXTAVIA is administered subcutaneously. EXTAVIA is administered just under the skin using a short needle.

EXTAVIA also provides access to complimentary support services through the EXTAVIA Go Program, such as one-on-one injection training and tips from trained registered nurses.

Learn more about the EXTAVIA Go Program.

What is EXTAVIA?

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Benefits of EXTAVIA

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Side Effects of EXTAVIA

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How Is EXTAVIA Taken?

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How Will I Pay for EXTAVIA?

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