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News: Study Reveals Role of IL-17–Secreting CD4+ T Cells in Lupus

Research into a mouse model of systemic lupus erythematosus offers new information on an antigen-specific source of interleukin-17 in disease

News: Surrogate Biomarkers Don't Identify Airway Eosinophilia in Asthma

In patients with asthma, fraction of exhaled nitric oxide (FeNO), blood eosinophils, and immunoglobulin E (IgE) are not very accurate markers for airway eosinophilia, a new meta-analyis suggests.  

News: Pain Perception May Depend on Multiple Immediate-Environment Stimuli

Can merely crossing your fingers change the way your brain perceives pain when you touch different stimuli with three fingers?

News: Familial Risk of Inflammatory Bowel Disease Continues to Third Generation

First-, second-, and third-degree relatives of people with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) have a significantly increased risk of developing the disease themselves

News: Tofacitinib Impairs Response to Pneumococcal Vaccine

Tofacitinib impairs responses to pneumococcal vaccine, but not influenza vaccine, in patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA).

Features: Referral Tool May Improve RA Diagnoses, Cut Patients’ Wait Times

Study finds applying standard classification criteria for rheumatoid arthritis resulted in diagnoses for 40% of patients who met triage criteria

News: Common Painkiller May Not Ease Lower Back Pain or Osteoarthritis

People with lower back pain or aching hips or knees might not get much relief from the painkiller paracetamol (also known as acetaminophen).

News: Azathioprine & Mycophenolate Mofetil Comparable in Lupus Nephritis

Data from the MAINTAIN Nephritis Trial do not indicate that MMF is superior to AZA as maintenance therapy in a Caucasian population suffering from proliferative lupus nephritis.

News: Health Data Breaches on the Rise

Large-scale health data breaches reported by doctors and health plans have been rising steadily, a new report shows.

News: Complement Polymorphism Plays Role in RA Pathology

Study proposes increased active C5a recruits neutrophils to arthritic joints to maintain inflammation

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