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News: Hepatitis C Virus Infection Associated with Rheumatoid Arthritis

Research finds patients with chronic HCV infection more likely to develop RA, especially men

News: Shorter Antibiotic Therapy Effective for Pyogenic Vertebral Osteomyelitis

Six-week treatment regimen returns same results as 12 weeks in recent study, although researchers caution findings may not apply to all patients with vertebral osteomyelitis

News: Healthcare Software Makes Office Visits More Productive for Patients, Physicians

Rheum-PACER system integrates, synthesizes multiple sources of patient information

News: Genetic Risk Factors for Rheumatoid Arthritis Merit More Research

New report determines additional risk factors need to be identified, studied before RA heritability can be fully explained

Meeting: The ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting: Telomeres and the Aging Immune System

How research into telomere shortening is uncovering links to immune response, inflammatory conditions

Meeting: The ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting: Rheumatoid Arthritis Raises Mortality Risk in Women

Data from Nurses' Health Study, other clinical trials point to higher risk of respiratory, cardiovascular disease death in women with RA

Meeting: The ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting: Rheumatoid Arthritis Raises Mortality Risk in Women

Data from Nurses' Health Study, other clinical trials point to higher risk of respiratory, cardiovascular disease death in women with RA

Meeting: The ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting: Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Gaining Support

Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute executives review PCORI's funding, research focus and the importance of including patients as partners

Meeting: The ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting: Fat's Role in Inflammation

How obesity, metabolic stress, inflammation contribute to rheumatic diseases

Meeting: The ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting: Predicting Outcomes for Patients with Lupus Nephritis

Better understanding of kidney inflammation and fibrosis in LN, along with finding novel disease biomarkers could help rheumatologists gauge patients' response to therapy

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