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This article in MedPage Today (March 1, 2021) gives details of a presentation at the recent ACTRIMS conference by Amit Bar-Or, MD, about specific MS drugs and how some of them can be juggled with the COVID-19 vaccine, which is recommended for everyone with MS:

Juggling COVID Vax, MS Therapies Proves Challenging | MedPage Today
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