HOW ACTHAR IS BELIEVED TO WORK

While the exact way Acthar works is unknown, it is believed to work with your body in 2 ways.*

1

Acthar may work with your immune system and central nervous system to help your body produce its own natural steroid hormones (including cortisol, corticosterone, and aldosterone), which are believed to have an impact on inflammation in the body.

2

Acthar is believed to affect T and B immune cells, which may have an impact on the inflammation that occurs during an MS relapse.

*While the exact way that Acthar works in the body is unknown, further studies are being conducted. This information is based on laboratory data, and how it relates to patient benefits is unknown.

If you think Acthar could be right for your MS relapses, or simply want to know more about it, talk to your doctor. Here are a few tips to get started.

SELECTED IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION

Taking Acthar may mask symptoms of other diseases and may cause bone density loss at any age.

The most common side effects include: Fluid retention, changes in blood sugar, increased blood pressure, behavior and mood changes, and changes in appetite and weight.