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Rheumatoid Arthritis

Type I interferons have a potential role in disease activity modulation in pregnant women.

Recent research findings describe both positive and negative effects of RA-associated factors.

A different course, symptoms, and perceptions often results in different coping strategies and maybe even destructive behaviors.

Physicians should be careful when using biomarkers for assessment in obese patients, especially women.

Joint swelling has the best concordance with ultrasound diagnosis. Joint symptoms may be a better clinical indicator than tenderness evaluation.

Researchers pointed out a possible link with childhood illness, such as diabetes and cardiovascular problems.

Tumor necrosis factor inhibitors and high-dose corticosteroids were the culprits.

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