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ACR issues policy principals that urge federal officials to adopt as they consider drug policy changes affecting the health care of chronically ill Americans.
“Large-scale longitudinal studies will be essential to draw firm conclusions regarding PsA-associated risk for treatment-induced malignancy,” the researchers noted.
When physicians aim to achieve remission for rheumatoid arthritis patients, the patients fare better than do those whose doctors target low disease activity.
New research, published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, indicates that arthritis patients aren’t receiving sufficient counseling about weight loss.
Spondyloarthritis (SpA) patients who took the nonsteroidal anti-Inflammatory drug (NSAID) diclofenac were at elevated risk for heart attack.
The U.S. could face a shortage of more than 4,100 full-time rheumatologists by 2030, according to new research published in Arthritis Care & Research.
Researchers, writing in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, have found that knee osteoarthritis patients are likelier to develop depression.
Our first "Get a Handle on Arthritis" contest had an amazing response with over 300 people entering for a chance to win a LoveHandle phone grip.
Your insurance plan MAY HAVE implemented a key change, with a program called a “co-pay accumulator adjustment”, that may impact your out-of-pocket finances.
Native American patients tend to be diagnosed earlier in life with lupus than do Americans of European descent, and have worse rheumatic disease symptoms.
Last October, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration created a web page with educational materials about biosimilars, which are drugs...