Anti TNF medications and thiopurines work well for Crohn’s disease treatment according to the AGA
(dailyRx News) The American Gastroenterological Association (AGA) released its official recommendations for the treatment of Crohn’s disease — an inflammatory disease of the digestive tract.
The report lists several recommendations to provide relief from the symptoms of Crohn’s disease, which can include abdominal pain and fatigue.
One recommendation involved combining a thiopurine — a slower acting medication that reduces inflammation — with an anti-tumor necrosis factor (TNF) medication, which does the same thing but works faster.
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