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The latest clinical and political news for Australian Rheumatologists
Affected patients with early systemic sclerosis need multi-disciplinary care, researchers say.
JIA in pregnancy | Bones and ankylosing spondylitis | Leflunomide and birth defects
Internet discussion site reveals poor grasp of aetiology and management strategies.
Snapshot from real-world data on treatment duration in rheumatoid arthritis.
It's not just about the ageing population, specialists say.
ACCC says legal case resembles $6 milllion action on Nurofen specific branding.
Most US advice is based on opinion or case reports.
Study shows cells in inflamed joints have low sensitivity to 1,25(OH)D3.
Multi-disciplinary care largely a pipe dream, study shows.
Methotrexate appears to at least delay RA onset.
A long-term patient needs hospital care. But was her management evidence-based?
Evidence is being ignored despite concern over harms and cost, researchers say.
Febuxostat linked to increased risk of cardiac and all-cause mortality.
Stepwise febuxostat | Assessing patient fears | Resistance exercise in RA
Study evaluates risks lor low bone mineral density.
But there’s a question mark over skin cancers.
A physician-driven initiative.
Five times as many women as men are affected.
The latest on lupus.
The risk is similar to that conferred by having diabetes, research shows.
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