Avella is a national specialty pharmacy dedicated to meeting the unique needs of individuals with multiple sclerosis. 

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disease in which your immune system attacks the protective sheath that covers your nerves.  This damage can disrupt the way your brain communicates with the rest of your body.  The symptoms and severity of MS can be very different for each patient depending on how much nerve damage has occurred and where these nerves are located.  While there is no cure for MS currently, there is hope and help.  If you’re living with MS, there are a variety of specialty medications that your doctor may recommend to control these symptoms and even reduce the severity of the disease. 

Avella Specialty Pharmacy has years of experience meeting the unique needs and challenges of patients with MS.  We have connected thousands of MS patients with innovative drugs as well as education, guidance and support.  For example, our pharmacy team can collaborate with your doctor to monitor your therapy while helping you manage side effects and avoid drug interactions. 

We can also work with your insurance company to help secure any authorizations needed to ensure your drugs are covered by your benefit plan.  Or, we can connect you with financial assistance from manufacturers or non-profit organizations, if available.

While living with MS isn’t always easy, Avella is dedicated to making the process of managing your condition through medication as simple as possible.  Our compassionate, highly trained pharmacy team members are here to assist you 24 hours a day, 7 days week.

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Multiple Sclerosis Provider Support


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