Symptoms and disease pathophysiology of myasthenia gravis (MG) vary considerably with each patient, and their individual preferences and priorities add to the need for individualized treatment of this autoimmune disease. Research in MG has grown substantially in recent years. New treatments have the potential of being both effective and well tolerated, addressing the trade-off of choosing either efficacy or tolerability when selecting treatments. Promising investigational treatments that may become available in the future may allow more patients than ever before to achieve an asymptomatic state, with the ultimate goal being to turn off abnormal antibody production.
Patients with generalized myasthenia gravis (gMG) receive multiple immunosuppressive therapies, but with incomplete suppression of IgG autoantibodies. Review this update on gMG to learn about novel therapies that can more effectively suppress IgG autoantibodies through a novel mechanism of action to help your patients achieve better clinical outcomes.
Patients with generalized myasthenia gravis (gMG) receive multiple immunosuppressive therapies, but with incomplete suppression of IgG autoantibodies. Read this rapid update in gMG to learn about novel therapies that can more effectively suppress IgG autoantibodies through a novel mechanism of action to help your patients achieve better clinical outcomes.
This live webinar took place January 27, 2022, and featured presentations and discussion from leading experts on the treatment of myasthenia gravis.
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