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US engineers have been able to grow fully functional human cartilage in vitro from human stem cells derived from bone marrow tissue for the first time.
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Engaging in light physical activity on a daily basis can help to prevent the onset of disability as a result of conditions such as arthritis, according to US research.
Higher levels of uric acid in older men could be linked to an increased risk of fractures, according to new research.
Signs of inflammation, as measured using ultrasound, offer a strong indicator of the progression of structural damage in hand osteoarthritis patients, according to new research.
A new subcutaneous formulation of the widely-used rheumatoid arthritis drug tocilizumab has been approved in the EU and will soon be made available to patients.
US scientists have developed a groundbreaking method of using 3D printing technology to create living human cartilage, which could revolutionise the treatment of osteoarthritis.
A new study has highlighted the impact of childhood-onset lupus on the future employment prospects of patients, as well as the need for further vocational support for this demographic.
Levels of psychological distress and physical disability experienced by patients with rheumatoid arthritis have seen a marked drop in the last two decades, according to new research.
A new study has demonstrated the long-term safety and efficacy of golimumab in the treatment of psoriatic arthritis over a five-year period.
The drug sprifermin has shown benefits in preventing cartilage loss among sufferers of knee osteoarthritis in a new clinical study.