Both monoclonal antibodies and copaxone help. It all depends on your course of the disease, let's say. If the secondary-progressive or generally primary-progressive course, monoclonal antibodies can also be connected as "heavy artillery" - which they are not currently being treated with only in medicine - but they will hit the wallet accordingly. In general, Copaxone is the drug of choice and in most cases helps to inhibit demyelination.
Something I'm not sure about monoclonal antibodies in the treatment of MS. I have not yet seen anyone cured of multiple sclerosis, with one exception. A friend's wife had a bone marrow transplant a couple of years ago, there are no new manifestations of demyelization yet.
About Copaxone, Ronbetal, Betaferon and others. We are in the state program, "7 nosolias", we receive the prescribed medication for free. After they began to take, and this is already 10 years, there are no new manifestations of foci.
So I'm in the subject, but I hear about antibodies for the first time!