FDA OKs J&J unit's Remicade to treat children's ulcerative colitis

09/25/2011 | Family Practice News · Bloomberg

The FDA approved Remicade, or infliximab, for treating moderate to severe ulcerative colitis in patients ages 6 to 17 who do not respond adequately to conventional therapy. The tumor necrosis factor blocker includes a boxed warning about a risk of cancer and infection. Remicade, made by Johnson & Johnson unit Janssen Biotech, also treats Crohn's disease in children and adults as well as other inflammatory conditions in adults.

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