adalimumab

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ad·a·lim·u·mab

 (ăd′ə-lĭm′o͞o-măb′)
n.
A human monoclonal antibody that blocks the action of tumor necrosis factor and is used to treat certain autoimmune disorders, especially rheumatoid arthritis, Crohn's disease, and psoriasis.
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adalimumab

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For the first time, we are pleased to present our research from three different targets to address chronic skin conditions in the dermatology community both through long-term HUMIRA research and new investigational agents risankizumab and upadacitinib.
The 48-week data indicated that the product is equivalent, with no clinically meaningful differences in efficacy, safety and immunogenicity to Humira in people with moderately-to-severely active rheumatoid arthritis (RA), including in patients who moved from Humira to Cyltezo at week 24.
The green lights clear the way for biosimilar copies of Humira to be launched in Europe in due course, although lawyers do not expect that to happen before October 2018, given the patents protecting adalimumab.
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