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Major depressive episodes have been associated with poorer adherence to rheumatoid arthritis therapy and overall worse outcomes in new research from Mexico.
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Tocilizumab has been approved in Europe for use in patients with severe, active and progressive rheumatoid arthritis who previously have not been treated with methotrexate.
A University of Bristol study has achieved a breakthrough in treating autoimmune diseases by developing a method of preventing cells from attacking healthy body tissue.
A protein biomarker panel has been developed with the potential to predict response to biological therapy in psoriatic arthritis patients.
A new Arthritis Research UK-funded study from the University of Liverpool has uncovered insights into how cells alter their behavior at the onset of osteoarthritis.
A newly identified biomarker could be used to detect early rheumatoid arthritis better than conventional methods alone, according to a new study.
A new study has shed light on possible molecular biomarkers that can be used to predict treatment response rates in rheumatoid arthritis patients.
A tailored approach to reducing doses of anti-TNF drugs among ankylosing spondylitis patients can deliver cost-effectiveness benefits without impacting the efficacy of treatment.
Finger length patterns have been identified as a potential biomarker for osteoarthritis and chronic joint pain.
Regular walking has been linked with a decreased risk of functional limitation in knee osteoarthritis patients.