How Is Your Krystexxa?

Krystexxa, the intravenous uric acid lowering developed as pegloticase, has been around a few months now.

At least one patient, or rather his wife, has reported good initial results in the gout forum and has promised to keep us updated with progress. Any new treatment is always interesting, and people want to know more about it.

The scientists get to have their say in the professional publications, but much more important, is the way treatments affect gout sufferers. Now, gout patients have a chance to tell their story.

A leading health magazine is was looking for Krystexxa patients to interview. Please note that this no longer applies.

Of course, I would be delighted if you could also share your experiences about Krystexxa, or any other gout treatment in the gout treatment forum.

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