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Anne Cross working to change face of multiple sclerosis care

Researcher made it her life’s work to study and treat patients with MS

April 10, 2020

Brian Phillips, a patient with MS, receives an infusion of rituximab, a drug that depletes B cells and has been shown to slow the progression of the disease in certain patients.Matt Miller

This article was originally published in Outlook magazine with the title “Fighting MS.”

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