Monday, March 31, 2008

Need More Affordable Versions of Biologic Multiple Sclerosis Therapies? Share Your Story.

New videos comment on need for follow-on biologics and the creation of an FDA pathway to review and approve those therapies.

Click here to see a video from biotechnology company scientist who calls on Congress to act now. He asks for access to safe, affordable, follow-on biologics, or biogeneric medicines, to treat diseases like MS.

Click here to see a video from Under Secretary of Commerce Dr. Robert J. Shapiro, who identifies potential cost savings of approximately $378 billion over the next 20 years from making follow-on biologics available in the United States.

Tell your story about why Congress needs to act in the interest of patients, savings, and competition. To learn more about what's going on and what you can do, visit

1 comment:

SammyJo said...

I've been on an affordable, generic MS medication since 2004, and doing great! Tried all the expensive bilogics for years, plus chemo, and was nearly dead when I found low dose naltrexone. My recovery insoired me to raise $25,000 with others who recovered with LDN, and we funded the first human trial of LDN at Univ CA, results to be announced Spring 2008.