The use of immunomodulators in early rheumatoid arthritis.


Immunomodulators represent a unique class of drugs that are not biologics, usually are isolated from nature, and have relatively specific noncytotoxic effects on the immune system. Although most slow-acting antirheumatic drugs (SAARDs) have effects on the immune system, these effects usually are not specific, often are cytotoxic, are not associated with… (More)


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