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TERIKIDS trial extension of teriflunomide in paediatric MS

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During the combined double-blind and open-label periods in the TERIKIDS-trial, continuous teriflunomide numerically lowered clinical relapses and the risk of 24-week sustained disability progression compared with delayed initiation of teriflunomide after placebo [1]. Teriflunomide was well tolerated and had a manageable safety profile. TERIKIDS (NCT02201108) is a 2-year, multicentre, multinational, randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled, parallel-group phase 3 study of teriflunomide in children and adolescents of 10-17 years at baseline with relapsing MS. It is followed by a 96-week open-label period, of which interim results were shared. All participants in the open-label period (n=152) received teriflunomide at a dose based on body weight, equivalent to 14 mg in adults. The primary endpoint in the double-blind period, median time to first ...

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