In its updated clinical guideline on the management of MS in primary and secondary care, NICE advised that patients should not be offered the cannabis-derived oromucosal spray Sativex to treat spasticity or the oral treatment fampridine (Fampyra) to improve walking disability. NICE judged that neither option was cost-effective.
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