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A Thiopurine with Infliximab Might Improve Efficacy in Crohn Disease

09:16 EDT 12 Oct 2018 | NEJM

Azathioprine use appears to improve pharmacokinetics of infliximab, but not among patients with the lowest infliximab concentrations.

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