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On March 6, 2013 encouraging results from a study involving rheumatoid arthritis medications were published. This study, available in the March 6 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association, reassured patients who are taking the newest medications. Results concluded from this particular study revealed that these drugs do not appear to raise the[…]

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On Friday (09-28-12) the FDA announced Adalimumab CAS# 331731-18-1 has been approved to treat moderate to severe ulcerative colitis, for those who are unresponsive to corticosteroids or immunosuppressants. News of the approval comes as the FDA cites the two clinical trials with positive outcomes, involving 908 ulcerative colitis patients. “Results from both studies showed 16.5%[…]

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Studies with Adalimumab and a TNF-α blockade shows promising results for Adalimumab therapy for joint pain. Joint pains have inflicted thousands of people worldwide. Age is a non-modifiable risk factor when it comes to degenerative bone disease. However, certain autoimmune joint diseases affect the young population as well. Juvenile idiopathic arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, rheumatoid arthritis[…]

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What Are Monoclonal Antibodies? A monoclonal antibody is a laboratory-produced molecule that’s carefully engineered to attach to specific defects in your cancer cells. Monoclonal antibodies mimic the antibodies your body naturally produces as part of your immune system’s response to germs, vaccines and other invaders.   Growing Interest for Monoclonal Antibody Therapies Monoclonal antibodies were initially[…]

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