Journal article

Adalimumab sustains steroid-free remission after 3 years of therapy for Crohn's disease

MA Kamm, SB Hanauer, R Panaccione, J-F Colombel, WJ Sandborn, PF Pollack, Q Zhou, AM Robinson

Alimentary Pharmacology and Therapeutics | WILEY | Published : 2011

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Declaration of personal interests: Michael A. Kamm has received honoraria for consultation from Abbott and Schering-Plough, and support for clinical research from Abbott. Stephen B. Hanauer has received honoraria for consultation and institutional support for clinical research from Abbott, Centocor Ortho Biotech, and UCB Pharma. Remo Panaccione has received honoraria for consultation from Abbott, Centocor Ortho Biotech and UCB Pharma, and support for clinical research from Abbott and UCB Pharma. Jean-Frederic Colombel has received honoraria for consultation and support for clinical research from Abbott, Centocor Ortho Biotech and UCB Pharma. William J. Sandborn has received honoraria for consultation and support for clinical research from Abbott, Centocor Ortho Biotech and UCB Pharma. Paul F. Pollack, Qian Zhou, Anne M. Robinson are employees of Abbott. Declaration of funding interests: This study was funded in full by Abbott. The preparation of this paper was funded by Abbott. Data analyses were undertaken by Winnie Lau who is an employee of Abbott. Writing support was provided by Eileen M. Burkart, PhD, and Laurinda A. Cooker, PhD, who are employees of Abbott, and Angela Cimmino, PharmD, who is an employee of JK Associates, Inc., and funded by Abbott.