Systemics may be right for you

Systemic treatments are prescription medications that work throughout the body. Systemic treatments can be taken by mouth, given as an injection (shot), or as an intravenous (IV) infusion (a method of delivering fluids, including medicine, into your bloodstream). There are 2 types of systemic treatments, biologics and biosimilars, and oral treatments.

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