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Rheumatoid Arthritis | Rheumatoid arthritis progression cut in half

Rheumatoid Arthritis Progression Rate Has
Halved Since 1990 Editors’ Recommendations
Antibodies in Infliximab-Treated Patients Bind CT-P13
Janis Kelly writing in Medscape reported the natural history of rheumatoid arthritis (RA)
has changed dramatically since 1990, apparently as a result of advances in RA treatment, such
as the use of biologicals and more aggressive “treat to target” clinical approaches. The
annual progression rates in studies of long-term progression reported after 1990 were less
than half those reported in the prior 25 years, researchers report in an article published
in the journal, Rheumatology. Comment: When I talk with my patients with
rheumatoid arthritis I tell them it’s actually a good diagnosis to have since the likelihood
of going into remission is quite high.

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