WITH gMG REMAIN UNCONTROLLED1-4
In approximately half of patients with generalized myasthenia
gravis (gMG), the disease remains uncontrolled.
This means that they cope with moderate-to-severe symptoms,
along with the ongoing risk of exacerbations, that can disrupt
their lives and plans—despite being on treatment.1-7
SEE SOME HALLMARKS OF UNCONTROLLED
DISEASE IN PATIENTS
~50%of patients (N=1140)
HAD MODERATE-TO-SEVERE gMG, DEFINED AS HAVING A MYASTHENIA GRAVIS ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING (MG-ADL) SCORE OF 6 OR ABOVE1*
36%of patients (N=372)
REPORT THEIR TREATMENTS IMPACT THEIR ABILITY TO LEAD A NORMAL LIFE8
26%of patients (N=372)
REQUIRED IVIG WITHIN A 6-MONTH PERIOD DUE TO EXACERBATIONS OR INABILITY TO REDUCE MAINTENANCE THERAPY8
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