Adherence is Essential with Hepatitis C

Patients with the Hepatitis C virus are unprepared for the challenges involved with interferon-based therapy and will often stop taking their medications. Early adherence is critical in order to increase treatment effectiveness, and decrease the lifetime treatment cost for Hepatitis C (Journal of Hepatology). We help your patients achieve optimum Sustained Virologic Response (SVR) by providing:

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Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rheumatoid Arthritis is one of several autoimmune diseases where a person’s immune system attacks its own body tissues. RA can be attributed to a number of genetic, environmental, or hormonal factors. RA is one of the most common forms of arthritis. It affects the entire body causing joint stiffness, pain, redness, and swelling. It affects about 2.1 million adults or 1.0% of the population in the United States.

The treatment for Rheumatoid Arthritis by medication has some common goals:

The last medical approach, especially for patients with server, rapidly progressing Rheumatoid Arthritis, includes treatment with more powerful drugs, such as disease-modifying anti-rheumatic drugs or DMARDS, which are utilized to slow the course of the disease. This change is based on the belief that early treatment with more powerful drugs, and the use of drug combinations in place of single drugs, may be more effective in halting the progression of the disease and reducing or preventing joint damage.

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Plaque Psoriasis

Plaque psoriasis is a disease that affects the skin and joints, and often appears as red, itchy skin. Psoriasis, although appearing as a skin condition, is really a disease of resulting from an overactive immune system. It affects about 7.5 million Americans and is the most prevalent form of psoriasis. Many patients report that psoriasis affects their quality of life and emotional well-being. About 10-30% of patients with psoriasis also have chronic inflammation of the joints and connective tissue.

The treatment for Plaque Psoriasis by medication has some common goals: The last medical approach, especially for patients with severe, rapidly progressing Plaque Psoriasis, includes treatment with more powerful systemic drugs, such as biologics, which suppress the immune system, and therefore, reduce inflammation.

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