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Eric M. Ruderman, M.D.

In this Q&A, Dr. Eric Ruderman of Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, addresses the issue of subpar vaccination rates.

Jeffrey R. Curtis, M.D.

When patients can't tolerate methotrexate, it puts doctors in a conundrum, says Dr. Jeffrey Curtis of the University of Alabama in this Q&A.

Deborah Symmons, M.D.

Smoking and rheumatoid arthritis are intertwined. In this Q&A, Deborah Symmons, M.D., of the University of Manchester discusses the research on smoking and rheumatoid arthritis.

Jorge Acosta-Reyes, M.D.

Women may be far more likely than men to be diagnosed with SLE, but research suggests that at diagnosis, men with the disease may be worse off.

There are too few rheumatologists globally. In Canada, where postgraduate rheumatology programs have an unprecedented number of applicants, efforts are underway to re-examine training.

Timothy B. Niewold, M.D.

Mayo Clinic's Timothy Niewold, M.D., speaks with Rheumatology Network about the latest innovations in personalized medicine for rheumatoid arthritis. Scientific advances point to the role of environmental triggers and risk genes.

Philip Conaghan, M.B., Ph.D.

Imaging technology has made clinical trials in rheumatology shorter and more sensitive, but more research is needed on how best to use ultrasound and MRI in practice.


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