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Methotrexate can cause significant changes in rheumatoid arthritis disease activity, researchers say.

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Do you feel the ACR RA guidelines are sufficient? #RheumJC to explore this issue in Thursday's Twitter chat.

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Treg cells are more prevalent in patients with juvenile idiopathic arthritis and active inflammation, as compared to patients in remission.

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Researchers say it's not necessary to take high body mass index into account in axial spondyloarthritis.

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"Avoid long-acting opioids whenever possible," says a physician who linked a higher risk of mortality to long-acting opioids used for chronic pain.

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Rheumatoid arthritis patients are inherently at higher risk of melanoma, but a new study shows that biologics do not increase that risk.

Physicians should understand the key features of MACRA and changes that lie ahead, say Duke University healthcare policy experts writing in JAMA.

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