How does NUCALA work?

NUCALA doesn’t stop short—it gets to a key source

NUCALA helps treat EGPA by reducing eosinophils in the blood. Now, here are the facts:

What are eosinophils?

Eosinophils [ee-uh-sin-uh-fils] are white blood cells that are a normal part of the body’s immune system.

How do elevated eosinophils play a role in EGPA?

When you have EGPA, your blood eosinophil count is elevated. Elevated eosinophils in your blood can lead to inflammation.

NUCALA specifically targets eosinophils

NUCALA is not a steroid like prednisone; it's a biologic. It reduces the number of eosinophils in the blood.*

*It is not fully understood how NUCALA works.

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In the office

If you want to receive your NUCALA injections from your doctor, you can have NUCALA administered in the office.

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At home on your time

NUCALA can also be taken at home with the Autoinjector. Your doctor will provide information on how to properly take your injections at home.

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