In January, 2021 the manufacturer of Tepezza announced a short-term supply disruption. Tepezza is now available again, and the Infusion Center of Pennsylvania is among the first centers in the nation to resume treatments.

The Infusion Center of Pennsylvania infuses Tepezza!

Tepezza (teprotumumab-trbw) is an insulin-like growth factor-1 receptor inhibitor used to treat Thyroid Eye Disease, an autoimmune disease characterized by proptosis (a condition where the eyes are pushed forward and bulge outward) leading to eye pain double vision and difficulty closing the eyelid.

ICPA participated in clinical trials of Tepezza and began administering the drug on the first day it was commercially available in March, 2020.

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More Information About Tepezza


Horizon Therapeutics


Growth hormone receptor blockers

What it treats:

    Thyroid Eye Disease (TED)

Prescribed by:

    Eye specialists

How administered:

IV infusion


    Once every 3 weeks for 8 doses

Length of infusion:

About 90 minutes

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