Biologics are drugs made from living cells that are used to treat rheumatoid arthritis. They can help when other options don't. Learn about how they work.
Tips to help you make the most of your treatment.
When you have RA, it's important to start treatment as soon as possible. But you need to give biologic drugs enough time to work.
Biologics are well-tolerated, so there are only a few things to watch out for.
Your peers can share experiences about taking biologic drugs for RA, including tips for affording them. But medical advice should come from your doctor.
Chances are you’re going to have to change RA treatments over time. Where will your doctor turn when your biologic becomes less effective?
The first biologic you try for rheumatoid arthritis might not work or could stop working. What do you do next?
When is it OK to go off your biologic drug for rheumatoid arthritis?
Biologic medications can help with inflammation and pain from rheumatoid arthritis, but their price can be intimidating. Here’s how to manage the cost.