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New research has shown how prolactin could be used to treat diseases concerning inflammation of the joints, such as arthritis.
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Research suggests that some people's fibromyalgia may be linked to a potentially treatable condition called SFPN.
Coating metal implants with a nanowire surface treatment could improve their ability to bond with bone.
Scientists have found evidence of premature immune cell ageing in the joints of children with arthritis.
Research suggests that patients with lupus nephritis can be treated without oral steroids.
Ketoprofen appears to be more effective at relieving pain and improving function than other NSAIDs.
Research suggests that a protein called CNP may hold clues to new treatments for osteoarthritis.
NICE has published new draft guidance that does not recommend belimumab for the treatment of lupus, after re-evaluating evidence on the drug following a successful appeal.
Patients with osteoarthritis of the hip or knee are likely to benefit from manual or exercise therapy alongside usual care.
US researchers have carried out successful pilot tests on a possible new blood test for fibromyalgia.