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Teriflunomide increases the likelihood of achieving NEDA in relapsing-remitting MS

Key clinical point: Compared with placebo, teriflunomide increases the likelihood that a patient with relapsing-remitting MS will achieve no evidence of disease activity (NEDA).

Major finding: The win ratio of achieving NEDA is 1.33 in favor of teriflunomide.

Study details: An analysis of the TEMSO study, which included 722 patients with relapsing-remitting MS.

Disclosures: The TEMSO study was funded by Sanofi. Several of the investigators received compensation from Sanofi.


Edwards KR et al. ACTRIMS 2020, Abstract P036.