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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.
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An Arthritis Research UK-backed study has shown a link between etanercept treatment for juvenile idiopathic arthritis and a higher risk of medically significant infections.
A new study has indicated that around two-thirds of psoriatic arthritis patients achieve a minimal disease activity state through the use of anti-TNF therapies.
Young people who are severely affected by juvenile idiopathic arthritis are more likely to seek out internet-based support services and social communities, according to a US study.
A new kinase protein inhibitor therapy has been developed by US researchers that can potentially prevent cartilage and bone destruction in rheumatoid arthritis.
US researchers have identified a new drug target for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis that focuses on the cells directly responsible for cartilage damage in affected joints.
People with depression have an increased risk of developing episodes of lower back pain, according to research.
A real-world US study has shown that febuxostat is more effective than allopurinol in reducing serum urate levels in gout patients.
A new study has indicated that subcutaneous methotrexate can offer benefits compared to oral options for the treatment of early rheumatoid arthritis.
A new combination of 3D printed microfibre scaffolding and hydrogels has been shown to be an effective method of creating artificial cartilage.