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Arthritis news

The latest news on exceptional science and other developments to help people push back the ways arthritis limits their lives.

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New study highlights long-term tolerability of anti-TNF therapies

04 April 2016

Around one-quarter of patients treated with anti-TNFs are able to remain on their initial treatment for at least 12 years, a study has shown.

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Study highlights work disruptions caused by ankylosing spondylitis

01 April 2016

A new study from the Netherlands has provided evidence of the significant work disruptions associated with ankylosing spondylitis.

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Benefits of anti-TNF treatment for psoriatic arthritis highlighted by study

29 March 2016

A real-world study has demonstrated the long-term benefits of using anti-TNFs to treat psoriatic arthritis.

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3D printing method offers new approach to fixing damaged cartilage

22 March 2016

A new technique for producing cartilage tissue with 3D bioprinting has been developed, which could offer new potential in regenerative medicine.

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Lupus study highlights importance of B cells

17 March 2016

The importance of a certain type of immune response cell has been highlighted for people with lupus.

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Osteoporosis drugs 'may exacerbate risk of thigh bone fractures'

08 March 2016

New research has indicated that current osteoporosis medications may cause a small risk of thigh bone fractures.

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Protein with links to osteoarthritis identified

03 March 2016

Scientists have identified a protein that plays a key role in the cartilage repair processes that are damaged in patients with osteoarthritis.

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Protein trigger for juvenile idiopathic arthritis identified

29 February 2016

A protein that plays a key role in triggering juvenile idiopathic arthritis has been discovered, potentially opening the door for new approaches to treating the disease.

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Reduced dried plum dosage 'an effective bone loss treatment'

26 February 2016

Consuming 50g of dried plums may be just as effective as 100g when it comes to limiting bone loss in older women.

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New surgical technique 'could improve hip joint grafting procedures'

25 February 2016

A new surgical technique to improve biological hip joint grafting processes has been developed, potentially creating an opportunity for better outcomes.

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