Biological Medicine

Biological medicines are used to treat many illnesses and symptoms and are the most advanced treatment available. Some biopharmaceuticals are used to treat Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, rheumatoid arthritis, and other autoimmune diseases. Available biopharmacy revolutionizes cancer treatment, slowing or reversing the course of immune-related diseases, changing the lives of people with rare diseases, and previously effective for their condition It brought hope to many patients who  had no  treatment options. Biological agents that affect the immune system, such as adalimumab (Humira), can reduce the effectiveness of the vaccine. Live vaccines, including attenuated vaccines, should not be used while the patient is being treated with biologics that affect the immune system. Patients must complete all recommended immunizations before administering these types of dry biologics. Pre-screening for static tuberculosis (TB) is generally recommended.


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