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Genetic testing could be a cost-effective way of guiding treatment for gout to avoid adverse reactions to therapy, according to new research.
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Factors such as fatigue, pain, disability and joint swelling can lead to psoriatic arthritis patients having a more negative perception of their disease status than physicians, according to a new study.
A new study has highlighted diabetes as a key factor associated with increased hand pain in erosive hand osteoarthritis patients.
The UK's National Institute for Health Research is launching a new study to determine why current biological therapies for rheumatoid arthritis are not effective in all patients.
The University of Manchester is to lead a consortium that hopes to eliminate a "trial and error" approach to lupus treatment.
A new study has discovered a possible means of treating inflammatory diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis.
US research has discovered mortality rates are lower among lupus patients depending on their race.
A new study will determine if adalimumab injections can effectively treat sciatica pain.
Otezla - an oral treatment for psoriatic arthritis - has been approved by the European Commission.
A study has found wearing a brace can reduce pain and BML volume in PF osteoarthritis of the knee.