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INFLIXIMAB is used to treat Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. It is also used to treat ankylosing spondylitis, plaque psoriasis, and some forms of arthritis. Compare TNF blockers.
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With No Humira Generic in Sight, Here’s How You Can Save Now

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If you’re filling Humira for rheumatoid arthritis or Crohn’s disease every month, you’ve likely experienced some sticker shock at the pharmacy. The average cash price for a 30-day supply of Humira is over $5,500, and prices only continue to increase. In fact, the price for Humira has nearly doubled since 2014. Not good.

So when will a cost-saving generic be available? Maybe never. Luckily, there are some ways for you to save. See More

12 Brand-Name Drugs That May Never Go Generic

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Humira, Enbrel, Xarelto—these are some of the many expensive brand drugs that cost well over $400 per month, leaving many to count down the days until a cost-effective generic is approved. But how long will we have to wait? As much as 40 years in some cases.

A recent analysis by I-MAK reveals that drug makers have leveraged the patent system to prevent generic competition, retain monopolies on expensive drugs and raise drug prices. See More

What Are Biologics? — 5 Examples of Biological Drugs You May Already Be Taking

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Botox. Humira. Lantus. Enbrel. You’ve probably heard of at least one of these medicines before, but did you know that all of them are derived from living cells? These popular drugs are examples of biologics, or biological medications, that are developed from blood, proteins, viruses, and living organisms and are used to prevent, treat, and cure human disease.

How are biologics different from other drugs?

Biologics are powerful medications that can be made of tiny components like sugars, proteins, or DNA or can be whole cells or tissues. See More

FDA Approves Renflexis, Second Biosimilar for Remicade

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On April 21st, the FDA approved Renflexis (infliximab-abda), the second biosimilar to the popular medication Remicade, (infliximab) indicated for immune disorders.

A biosimilar is like a generic medication in that it is less expensive than the brand name medication. However, the difference is that biosimilars are made out living cells, so they may be slightly different from their counterpart. This usually means that the pharmacist will not substitute these medications without approval from a doctor. See More

Inflectra Becomes the Second Biologic Approved in the US

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New Biosimilar Approval: Inflectra
Inflectra (infliximab-dyyb) is the second biosimilar to be approved in the US—hopefully with more to come in 2016.

Inflectra will be an alternative offered at a lower cost (similar to a generic drug) than its “reference biologic product” (similar to a brand-name drug). Like brand-name Remicade (infliximab), Inflectra will be use to treat several inflammatory conditions, include Crohn’s disease, arthritis, and psoriasis. See More

What Are Biologics and Biosimilars?

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You may be unfamiliar with the terms biologics or biosimilars but if you watch television you may have seen a commercial for them and not even know it! For example – the popular arthritis or Crohn’s medications Enbrel and Humira are biologics.

Biologics are medications that are typically expensive and usually obtained from a specialty pharmacy. Biologics are generally not used as first line treatment but instead considered by your doctor after other less expensive treatment options have been tried and failed. See More

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