How CIMZIA Works For You

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See What’s Possible With CIMZIA

From results to remission, explore how CIMZIA may work for you.

See CIMZIA in action

Patients taking CIMZIA as part of a clinical trial experienced these results.

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Results and

Among the 64% of clinical trial patients who saw results with CIMZIA at 6 weeks, 63% continued to see results and 48% achieved remission at 26 weeks.*

*Compared with 36% of placebo patients and 29% of placebo patients at 26 weeks, respectively.

quality of life

Among patients who responded at 6 weeks, 6 out of 10 randomized to CIMZIA reported improvement in quality of life at 6 months on a survey that included the following areas:

  • Bowel symptoms
  • Feelings of fatigue
  • Emotional distress
  • Engagement in social activities

60% of CIMZIA patients at 6 months vs. 43% of placebo patients.

Results may vary; every person taking CIMZIA is different and responds differently to therapy.

I never was able to maintain feeling good, and so we decided we’d give CIMZIA a try.
Becca, CIMZIA patient Individual results may vary.

Want to share your story? Contact us today to learn how your experience can help inspire others to plan for fun, not flares. Call 1-888-265-6544 or email for details.

Been on a biologic before?

CIMZIA has shown results even with prior biologic use.

Of the 24% of clinical trial patients who had previously been on anti-TNF therapy and had an initial response to CIMZIA at week 6,

44% of patients responded to CIMZIA at 26 weeks.

Compared with 25% of placebo patients who responded at 26 weeks.
Results may vary; every person taking CIMZIA is different and responds differently to therapy.

If your treatment for moderate-to-severe Crohn’s disease isn’t working, ask your gastroenterologist if CIMZIA may be right for you.

The CIMZIA difference

CIMZIA is a biologic, meaning it is a drug derived from living sources. As an anti-tumor necrosis factor (TNF) biologic, CIMZIA works to block TNF, which may cause or worsen inflammation. As an injectable treatment, CIMZIA treats Crohn’s disease where it starts, inside the body.

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How often do you plan for a Crohn’s flare?

Crohn’s disease symptoms can impact your freedom and ability to live in the moment. Use our guide below for a better look at how you’re managing your condition, and what to consider with your gastroenterologist.

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