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A new study has shown that subcutaneous tocilizumab can offer similar efficacy to the intravenous formulation in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis.
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NICE has published final guidance recommending ustekinumab, also known as Stelara, for the treatment of psoriatic arthritis within the NHS.
A study has identified risk factors for serious infections in patients with rheumatoid arthritis treated with abatacept, including old age and a past history of infections.
A new US population-based study has indicated that cardiovascular disease risk is higher in ankylosing spondylitis patients than is currently assumed.
People with knee osteoarthritis experience pain more intensely when it is accompanied by poor sleep and negative attitudes, according to research.
A world-first vaccine-style therapeutic approach to treat rheumatoid arthritis has been developed by Australian researchers.
A new study has indicated that dosage tapering is potentially suitable for some, though not all, ankylosing spondylitis patients being treated with etanercept.
As many as six million Britons may be living with undiagnosed back pain, due to a lack of access to treatment, poor advice and sedentary lifestyles.
The number of over-50s at high risk of osteoporotic fracture worldwide is set to double by 2040, according to new UK research.
A Canadian study has offered evidence that people with arthritis are unlikely to be a drain on workplace resources, with most benefiting from the provision of benefits and special accommodations when they are available.