Gastroenterology

No increased infection risk after in utero anti-TNF alpha exposure

Anti-tumor necrosis factor alpha exposure in utero did not appear to have a long-term impact on a child’s development, including their immune system and psychomotor development, according to research published in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases.
Dana Duricova, MD, PhD, of the IBD Clinical and Research Center at ISCARE IVF in the Czech Republic, and colleagues wrote that drug levels in children born to mothers with IBD and treated with anti-TNF alpha often persist up to 12 months after birth.
“There is already solid evidence of a favorable safety profile of anti-TNF alpha preparations on

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