The technology appraisal specifies that dimethyl fumarate should not be used in patients with highly active or rapidly-evolving severe RRMS and that the manufacturer must provide the drug with the discount agreed in the patient access scheme. RRMS is normally defined as two clinically significant relapses in the previous two years.
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