17
March
2015
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12:00 AM
Europe/Amsterdam

New Drug Used To Treat Multiple Sclerosis Used at OhioHealth

On March 9, 2015 at OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital, a 21-year-old man was the first in Ohio to receive a newly approved drug shown to slow or even stop MS attacks. OhioHealth neurologist, Dr. Aaron Boster, was with his patient for this momentous morning, and has been his physician since the young man’s diagnosis in mid mid-teens.

10TV news anchor, Tracy Townsend, was on hand to document the landmark moment and share it with central Ohio. You can watch her story by clicking here.