PrismRA Is an Advanced Blood Test to Help You Find the Right Medication Sooner
A New Way to Treat Rheumatoid Arthritis
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) affects over 1.6 million
adults in the US, but there has been no way of knowing which of the many medication options is more likely to work for you.1-4
PrismRA brings precision medicine to RA treatment, providing a better opportunity to reach your treatment goals.
PrismRA works by showing if tumor necrosis factor-α inhibitor (TNFi) therapies, one of the most commonly prescribed RA medications, are less likely to work for you. The PrismRA result helps your doctor avoid prescribing this type of medication and instead, begin a medication that may be a better match for you.
Learn more about how to get PrismRA
PrismRA is a personalized blood test ordered by your rheumatologist that delivers insights into which RA medication will work best based on your biology.
Value of Getting on the Right Treatment Faster
With PrismRA, over 3x more patients experience meaningful improvement in disease activity by getting on the right medication sooner, saving valuable time.5
Early achievement of treatment goals is associated with better outcomes6,7
Improved Quality of Life
Improved Work Function
Slowed Disease Progression
Patient Support When You Need It
We have partnered with the Global Healthy Living Foundation, a patient advocacy organization, to help improve the lives of people living with rheumatoid arthritis.
Join the Global Health Living Foundation community for support and other valuable resources.
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Ashley believes PrismRA greatly impacts patient care by helping identify the correct treatment plan sooner.
Learn More About PrismRA
Interested in how PrismRA helps guide therapy decisions? Please contact the Scipher Medicine Client Services team.
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