Dutch Biologic Monitor: Fatigue Among Biologic Recipients Across a Range of Immune-Mediated Inflammatory Diseases

June 3-6, 2020; Virtual Meeting
Overall, 7% of adults self-reported biologic-associated fatigue. Compared with patients not reporting fatigue, they were younger and more frequently smoked, were more likely to have Crohn disease, and used infliximab, rituximab, or vedolizumab.
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