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Copaxone®, a prescription medicine, is used for the treatment of multiple sclerosis (MS). It comes as an injection and is given just under the skin once daily. People who took Copaxone during clinical trials had fewer MS relapses; brain scans also showed that people had fewer lesions after taking the drug for two years. Side effects of Copaxone may include flushing, weakness, and joint pain.
 
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