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New study on role of fibroblasts in rheumatoid arthritis gives hope of more targeted treatments for patients

A study led by researchers at the University of Birmingham reveals the key role of different types of fibroblast cells in the ...

The promise of precision medicine for rheumatoid arthritis

By Ziba Kashef (© stock.adobe.com) In a new study, a Yale-led research team identified the mechanism of a gene that raises the risk of ...

Researchers identify missing links that connect human DNA variation with disease

A team of Cambridge researchers led by scientists at the Babraham Institute have discovered the hidden connections in our genomes that contribute to common diseases. Using a pioneering technique developed at the Babraham Institute, the results are beginning to make biological sense of the mountains of genetic data linking very small changes in our DNA sequence to our risk of disease. Discovering these missing links will inform the design of new drugs and future treatments for a range of diseases, including rheumatoid arthritis and other types of autoimmune disease. ... Full story

Technology project to analyse thousands of personal experiences of rheumatoid arthritis drugs

A new type of academic research will investigate treatment and management of rheumatoid arthritis (RA), by using software to analyse thousands of real life experiences of RA drugs. ... Full story

Clues to why rheumatoid arthritis takes longer to treat in obese patients

Sharon Parmet   Obesity causes rheumatoid arthritis to develop earlier, and may play a significant role in delaying the effect of drugs commonly prescribed to treat the disease, researchers ... Full story

Physio intervention helps arthritis pain management

Pain, it turns out, is not a terribly accurate measure of whether or not something is wrong with our body, says Associate Professor Romy Parker of UCT’s Division of Physiotherapy. The pain we feel often has more to do with everything else that is going on in our lives. ... Full story

We are not alone: Fish get arthritis, too

The condition is more widespread in the animal kingdom than scientists suspected, USC study finds ... Full story

Disjointed: Cell Differences May Explain Why Rheumatoid Arthritis Varies By Location

Findings point to new approaches in targeted therapies so that what works for arthritic hands may not be the same for ailing hips ... Full story

Study explores cancer mortality in RA patients

Bryant England, M.D. Bryant England, M.D., a rheumatology fellow in the UNMC Department of Internal Medicine, has teamed with a group including Ted Mikuls, M.D., professor ... Full story

One in five rheumatoid arthritis patients missing recommended flu jab

Researchers looked at data from over 15,000 patients ... Full story

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