Biologics Advancing RA Treatment
Significant progress has been made in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis (RA) due to a new class of medications called biologics. Biologics work by blocking the immune response that leads to the painful symptoms of RA. They are also effective in about 2/3 of patients who use them. Learn more about these exciting advancements ›
It’s becoming increasingly common to treat RA patients with more than one medication at a time. This more aggressive approach can prevent joint damage and allow RA patients to lead more normal lives. But choosing the right combination of treatments is not a simple formula ›
Although there is no cure for rheumatoid arthritis (RA), there are many treatments available today. While some help soothe symptoms such as pain and inflammation, others target the disease more directly. Is it time to try a new treatment? Get the facts on all the treatment options ›
A Closer Look at Biologics
Are all biologics the same? Can you take more than one at a time? What are the most common side effects? Even if you've tried biologics before, get answers to these common questions ›
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Spotlight on Biologics for RA
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Biologic RA medicines can be injected in the front of your thighs or abdomen. Injection sites should be rotated so that the same site is not used repeatedly.