Enbrel Safety

Enbrel® (etanercept) is a drug licensed for the treatment of different types of arthritis, specifically:
 
It is also approved to treat plaque psoriasis.
 
Although most people find this medication to be effective and safe, Enbrel is not appropriate for everyone. For example, people who have other immune-compromising conditions, such as HIV/AIDS or cancer, may need to use a different drug. And Enbrel use has been linked to certain medical conditions, such as infections, nervous system disorders, and dangerously low blood counts.
 
In addition, you should know what side effects to watch out for during treatment, such as injection site reactions, allergic reactions, and symptoms of a potentially serious infection. By educating yourself on these and other matters related to treatment with Enbrel, you help ensure your safety, and you may experience a more effective treatment process.
 
(Click Enbrel Side Effects and Enbrel Warnings and Precautions to learn more, including detailed lists of side effects, how often they occurred in clinical trials, what to tell the doctor prescribing this drug, and other important safety tips.)
 
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