Rheumatology

Arthiritis

Arthritis is an inflammation of the joints. There are several types of arthritis and many different causes.

Rheumatology Patient Information

Rheumatology

Specialty Medications for Arthritis

Cimzia

Website http://www.cimzia.com/

Patient Support 1-866-4-CIMZIA

Enrollment Form

Enbrel

Website http://www.enbrel.com

Patient Support 1-888-4ENBREL (1-888-436-2735)

Injection Training

Enrollment Form

Humira

Website http://www.humira.com/

Patient Support 1-888-436-2735

Instructions for use

Humira Pen

Humira Prefilled Syringe

Enrollment Form

Remicade

Website http://www.remicade.com

Patient Support 1-888-222-3771

Enrollment Form

Rituxan

Website http://www.rituxan.com

Patient Support (877) 436-3683

Enrollment Form

Simponi

Website http://www.simponi.com/

Patient Support 1-877-697-4676

Instructions for use

Autoinjector

Prefilled Syringe

Rheumatology Enrollment Form

Simponi For Ucerative Colitis Form

 

Other Resources

http://www.arthritis.org/ – The Arthritis Foundation’s mission is to improve lives through leadership in the prevention, control and cure of arthritis and related diseases.

http://www.rheumatoidarthritis.com – This site will give you lots of great information about understanding and living with rheumatoid artthritis.

 

 

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