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What is an anti-TNF?
Michael Schiff, MD
University of Colorado School of Medicine, Denver, CO

Date Added: 05/01/13

TNF is a protein in our blood that goes up with inflammation and causes significant inflammation and disruptive changes in rheumatoid arthritis. We've been able to target this protein with an anti-protein or an anti-TNF. This combination decreases the TNF levels in the RA patient's body and in the...
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Michael H. Schiff, MD, is the Medical Director of the Denver Arthritis Clinic Research Unit and Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, Rheumatology Division.
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