Published in Gene Therapy Weekly, June 24th, 2004
"Therapy for Crohn's disease (CD) is rapidly evolving with the emergence of new discoveries in disease pathogenesis. Since the approval of the first biological agent, infliximab, there have been several others that have been studied and are available for use within the context of clinical trials, in CD patients who do not respond to conventional medications or whose disease cannot be maintained in remission with the use of infliximab," scientists at the University of Pennsylvania report.
"The number of available drugs that have focused on the inhibition of TNF is growing. To avoid...
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