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How to Prepare for Your Infusion

July 2, 2020

Whether you get infusions every 2 weeks or 6 months, we have a few suggestions to help your treatment go as smoothly as possible. Before Your Infusion Be sure to drink plenty of water the day before and the morning...

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Take Control of Your Chronic Illness Amidst a Pandemic

June 18, 2020

You, the patient, is as vital of a member of your healthcare team as your doctors, nurses, and pharmacists. There are many tools to take control of chronic illness that have always been important, but even more so now. Now...

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How to be Active with Asthma

June 17, 2020

Shortness of breath, coughing, wheezing. These are symptoms of asthma that can add an additional layer of difficulty to everyday tasks. From chores around the house to getting in that recommended 150 minutes of exercise per week, how can those...

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Infusion Center vs. Home Infusion – Which is the Better Option?

June 12, 2020

Many infusion therapies must take place in a medical facility like the hospital outpatient department, specialist provider office, or ambulatory infusion center. In some cases, certain therapies may also be administered in the home with the supervision of a home...

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The Essential Guide for Choosing Your Infusion Therapy Treatment Center

June 10, 2020

There are many ways to get infusion therapy, so how do you know which one is best for you? Here’s how you can get a better understanding of your choices—in only a few minutes!   Watch our foundation partner, the...

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Specialty Infusion Centers: What to Expect

May 22, 2020

At Specialty Infusion Centers, we understand the challenges that are associated with navigating chronic illness and are here to make this a stress-free process from start to finish. Our coordination and clinical team are here to support you with every...

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World IBD Day: What it is and How to Celebrate

May 19, 2020

Navigating a chronic illness like inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) can be difficult or overwhelming. IBD is an invisible illness, which may make you feel alone. But just because others don’t see how you deal with it doesn’t mean you’re fighting...

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