Au­toim­mune Dis­ease

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In re­sponse to trig­gers that are some times un­known, the im­mune sys­tem may be­gin pro­duc­ing an­ti­bod­ies that at­tack and dam­age the body’s own tis­sues in­stead of fight­ing in­fec­tion. This sit­u­a­tion can lead to an “au­toim­mune dis­ease”. Ex­am­ples in­clude Rheuma­toid Arthri­tis, In­flam­ma­tory Bowel Dis­ease, Mul­ti­ple Sclero­sis and Hashimoto’s Thy­roidi­tis. Our com­pound­ing phar­ma­cists can help pa­tients deal­ing with au­toim­mune dis­or­ders. Talk to us to­day about cus­tom­ized med­i­ca­tions such as top­i­cal/trans­der­mal dosage forms to re­lieve symp­toms that have not re­sponded to com­mer­cially avail­able drugs, of­ten with fewer side ef­fects.

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