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Long-term treatment of multiple sclerosis with azathioprine
  1. W. R. Swinburn,
  2. L. A. Liversedge
  1. Department of Neurology, The Royal Infirmary, Manchester


    Nineteen patients with multiple sclerosis were treated with azathioprine for two years. There was no evidence that treatment prevented deterioration or reduced the number or severity of the relapses when compared with 24 control patients observed over the same period.

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