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What are Tumor Necrosis factor (TNF) drugs?
Richard M. Pope, MD
Northwestern University, Chicago, IL

Date Added: 05/02/13

TNF refers to tumor necrosis factor. It sounds like this would be something that's a good factor, and that's how it was originally described, because when injected into mice, it caused necrosis of tumors. It was injected directly into tumors. It was thought initially that this would be an effective ...
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Richard M. Pope, MD, is the Chief, Division of Medicine-Rheumatology and Mabel Greene Myers Professor of Medicine at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago, IL.
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