Biologics and Biosimilars

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Today, there are more effective ways to manage psoriatic disease than ever before. Biologics and biosimilars are systemic treatments that are made from living cells grown in a laboratory and work by targeting specific parts of the immune system that play a role in psoriatic disease. Request your free resources and learn more about:

  • Types of biologics
  • The difference between biologics and biosimilars
  • Risks and side effects

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