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Were you looking for information about Copaxone? Copaxon is a common misspelling of Copaxone.
Copaxone® is a prescription medicine commonly used in multiple sclerosis (MS) treatment. In clinical studies, people who took the medication experienced fewer MS relapses and had fewer lesions after two years. The injections are given subcutaneously (just under the skin) once a day. Potential side effects of Copaxone include weakness, joint pain, and reaction at the injection site.
(Click Copaxone for more detailed information, including important precautions and warnings for the drug, a list of other side effects that may occur, and an explanation of how Copaxone may work for multiple sclerosis.)
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