Kineret for Rheumatoid Arthritis

If you have not responded to other rheumatoid arthritis medications, your healthcare provider may prescribe a drug called Kineret® (anakinra). By modifying the body's immune response, the drug can help reduce symptoms and slow down the structural damage to joints.
 
Kineret comes in prefilled syringes that have just the right amount for one dose. The medication is given as a daily injection, either by you or a healthcare provider. Kineret belongs to a group of drugs known as biological response modifiers.
 
(Click Kineret Uses to learn more about using this drug for rheumatoid arthritis, including details on whether children can use it.)
 

Kineret for Rheumatoid Arthritis

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