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New EULAR consensus on prevention trials in people at risk of developing RA

Written by | 27 Oct 2021

RA is an inflammatory autoimmune disease that causes pain, swelling and stiffness in the joints. It can also cause fatigue, and the underlying inflammation may affect other body… read more.

CD14+ monocytes and RA – implications for practice and research

Written by | 19 Mar 2021

Interview and article by Christine Clark. Dr Megan Hanlon and Professor Ursula Fearon describe the implications of their research findings for future practice and research in rheumatoid arthritis…. read more.

Investigating the inflammatory changes of RA at molecular level

Written by | 18 Mar 2021

Interview and article by Christine Clark. Professor Ursula Fearon and Dr Megan Hanlon describe a study that investigated the metabolic behaviour of circulating monocytes and how this relates… read more.

The pathological development of rheumatoid arthritis

Written by | 17 Mar 2021

Interview and article by Christine Clark. Recent research into the molecular basis for rheumatoid arthritis may be pointing the way to targeted therapy to prevent inflammation and joint… read more.

Sedentary Behaviour and RA

Written by | 16 Oct 2020

A study by O’Leary and colleagues, which appears in Arthritis Care & Research, looks at sedentary behaviour in people with RA and factors that may be associated with it.

Improved Trials of Rheumatology Drugs?

Written by | 12 Oct 2020

In a study by Rebecca Rothwell and colleagues, which appears in Arthritis & Rheumatology, possible considerations of non-inferiority (NI) trials assessing treatment effects in RA are discussed.

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