"Non-compliance with MS treatment procedures remains a major challenge," explains Deepika. "Establishing end-user confidence has become difficult due to unsatisfactory therapeutic results."
Cumbersome and painful procedures discourage the progress of therapy. Simple advances, like the use of oral drugs instead of injections, will prove beneficial to promoting compliance with therapeutic regimes.
"Awareness raising through public healthcare forums and organisations about new developments and innovative treatment options will contribute toward establishing greater end-user confidence," concludes Deepika. "In the meantime, precautionary measures like adopting healthy lifestyle practices will help limit the incidence of the disease."
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