Multiple sclerosis patients are missing out on drugs
Only 40% of people eligible for drugs to combat multiple sclerosis in the UK are actually taking them, says a report from the MS Society.
A survey of more than 10,000 adults with MS showed that many were missing out on the seven licensed medicines approved for use.
The charity said a lack of information and access to specialists was to blame.
It is calling for the government to provide a personalised care plan to every person with MS.
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