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The first subcutaneous anti-TNF biosimilar drug for the treatment of arthritis has been approved in Europe.
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Bone marrow lesions can help predict the speed of progression of joint diseases such as osteoarthritis, according to research.
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Researchers have called for the definition of remission in lupus patients to be reviewed after revealing that many patients deemed to be in remission still experience a range of symptoms.
The safety and efficacy of subcutaneous golimumab has been demonstrated in rheumatoid arthritis patients who have failed to respond to methotrexate therapy.
A new study has shown the effectiveness of fracture liaison services in helping fracture patients to avoid suffering another breakage.
Multibiomarker disease activity tracking has been identified as a means of allowing prediction of relapse in more than 80 per cent of rheumatoid arthritis patients.
A new French review has underlined the benefits that physical activity can deliver for rheumatoid arthritis patients, while highlighting it as a key therapeutic solution for this group.