Biologics are medicinal substances that are developed using biological processes. Biologics are often used to treat arthritis and psoriasis and as vaccines. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how biologics work, who should and shouldn't use them, side effects, and much more.
Biologics For Crohn's Disease Treatment
What are biologic drugs? How do they control Crohn's disease?
How to Get Help Paying For Your RA Meds
Find out why biologic drugs are so pricey, and how you can get help to pay for them.
Supplements for RA: What to Know
A guide to common nutrient deficiencies in people with RA and how to deal with them.
Biologics for Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA)
What are biologics, and how do they work? Learn more about the benefits -- and risks -- of these drugs for rheumatoid arthritis.
Biologics and RA: Risks and Rewards
Biologic drugs have turned the tables for people with RA. Learn more about how they work.
Treating Your RA: Is It Time for a Biologic?
Learn about your options for rheumatoid arthritis treatment, including what your doctor looks for, and the benefits and alternatives to a biologic.
Surgery for Crohn’s Disease
Understanding the risks and benefits of Crohn’s disease surgery, when it’s recommended, and what kinds of surgery may help with Crohn’s symptoms.
Crohn's Disease: Your Treatment Options
Medications to help slow the progression and reduce pain and diarrhea of Crohn's disease.
Side Effects of RA Biologics
Arthritis Foundation President John H. Klippel, MD, explains the side effects of RA biologic drugs.
RA and Biologics
Biologics stave off crippling RA symptoms in some patients.
How Do Biologics Work?
Did your doctor prescribe a biologic? Here’s what they do.
Is My Biologic Working?
Biologics aren’t for everyone. Learn about how it could be successful for you.