Learn how HUMIRA works

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  • When you have non-infectious uveitis,* your body produces too much of a protein called tumor necrosis factor-alpha or TNF-alpha. TNF-alpha and other proteins contribute to inflammation seen in non-infectious uveitis.*
  • HUMIRA works to target and block TNF-alpha—a source of inflammation that contributes to non-infectious uveitis.*

How HUMIRA works

Ask your doctor about the benefits and risks of HUMIRA

Because TNF-alpha blockers, including HUMIRA, affect the immune system, they can lower the ability to fight infections and may cause other serious side effects.

HUMIRA is not right for everyone. You and your doctor will need to decide if HUMIRA is right for you. Talk to your doctor about the benefits and risks of taking a biologic medication. As with any medication, there are possible risks involved with HUMIRA treatment, so it's important to discuss them with your doctor.

*HUMIRA (adalimumab) is approved for the treatment of non-infectious intermediate, posterior, and panuveitis in adults and children 2 years of age and older.

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