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Were you looking for information about Copaxone? Copaxin is a common misspelling of Copaxone.
 
Copaxone® is a prescription medicine that is approved for the treatment of multiple sclerosis (MS). By decreasing nerve damage, the drug can help reduce MS relapses and lesions. Copaxone is given by subcutaneous injection (just under the skin) once daily. Side effects that have been reported with Copaxone include injection site reactions, flushing or hot flashes, weakness, and joint pain.
 
(Click Copaxone to read a full-length article on the drug that includes information on the effects of Copaxone, how it appears to work for multiple sclerosis, and what you should know before beginning treatment.)
 
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