About Interferon beta-1a IM Injection (Prescription Drug)
Interferon beta-1a is a drug in the interferon family used to treat multiple sclerosis (MS). It is produced by mammalian cells while Interferon beta-1b is produced in modified E. coli. Interferons have been shown to have about a 30–35% reduction in the rate of MS relapses, and to slow the progression of disability in MS patients.
Learn more about Interferon beta-1a IM Injection in our Interferon beta-1a IM Injection Community Report.
|30 mcg Weekly Sep 20, 2004 - Sep 20, 2006|
|Stopped Did not seem to work Sep 20, 2006|
|Stopped Did not seem to work Sep 21, 2006|
Sep 21, 2006
EffectivenessNone (for General health)
EffectivenessNone (for multiple sclerosis)
Side effectsModerate (dizziness and feeling faint)
BurdenSomewhat hard to take