There are many reasons to Rebif:
• I Rebif for a relapsing MS therapy with administration and support options that fit my needs
• I Rebif for the benefits of proven results and a well-established safety profile
• I Rebif for a choice of injection delivery—prefilled syringe or Rebiject II® auto-injector
• I Rebif for a flexible injection schedule* that allows for injection-free weekends
• I Rebif for personalized support, available 24/7, either over the phone or online
*Rebif must be taken 3 times a week injected just under the skin at least 48 hours apart (for example, M, W, F).
Rebif is used to treat relapsing forms of MS to
decrease the frequency of relapses and delay the
occurrence of some of the physical disability that is
common in people with MS. Rebif is not approved for
treatment of chronic progressive MS. Rebif is available
in 22 mcg and 44 mcg prefilled, preassembled
syringes and a titration pack by prescription only.
Important safety information
Before beginning treatment, patients should discuss
with their doctor the potential benefits and risks
associated with Rebif. Let your doctor know if you
have a history of depression, seizures, liver disease,
thyroid problems, or blood cell count or bleeding
problems, or if you have had previous allergic
reactions to medications. Tell your doctor about
all medicines you take, including prescription and
non-prescription medicines, vitamins, and herbal
supplements. Rebif and other medicines may affect
each other causing serious side effects. Talk to your
doctor before you take any new medicines. Rebif
is not recommended for women who are or plan to
Potential serious side effects of Rebif include
depression and risk of suicide, liver problems,
risk to pregnancy, injection-site problems, and
severe allergic reactions. Allergic reactions are
rare and may be associated with difficulty in
breathing and loss of consciousness, which
require immediate medical attention.
The most common side effects with Rebif are
injection-site reactions, flu-like symptoms (fever,
chills, muscle aches, tiredness), depression,
abdominal pain, increased liver enzymes, and blood
cell count decreases. Let your doctor know if you
have any of these symptoms or feel sad, tired, hot
or cold, or experience hives, rashes, bruising,
yellowing of the skin, or a change in
body weight (gain or loss).
Please see Brief Summary of Product Information
on the following page.
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