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J M van Laar

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About Rheumatology

An international journal publishing the highest quality scientific papers on a wide range of paediatric and adult rheumatological and musculoskeletal conditions.

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Editor's Choice

Each month Editor Jaap van Laar picks a noteworthy article from the current issue to be made freely available online.

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Read rheumatology news snippets from around the world, including EMA drug updates, new or revised guidelines, and professional and regulatory updates.

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Podcasts

RA patient access to DMARDs in Norway

Dr James Galloway and Dr Samantha Hider, Keele University, UK discuss a paper by Polina Putrik et al. which looked at access to DMARDs. They discuss the findings of the paper which demonstrated that older patients with low levels of education have less access to DMARDs. They also explore the possible implications of these findings on the daily practice of rheumatologists and the importance of looking at health literacy of patients in practice. 

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Treating IgG4-related disease with rituximab

Dr James Galloway and Dr Justin Mason, Imperial College London, UK discuss a paper published in the Journal by John Stone et al. who looked at patients with IgG4 related disease treated with rituximab, to determine if there were potential markers to predict relapse in patients after treatment. They discuss the potential implications for future treatment, drawbacks of the study and possible future research directions for the disease. 

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BSR Guidelines on axial spondyloarthritis

Dr James Galloway and Dr Louise Hamilton, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, UK discuss the key findings of the updated BSR guidelines on axial spondyloarthritis and recommendations for treatment. They highlight the importance of considering extra-articular manifestations in treatment and the possibility of switching treatment if anti-TNF treatment fails.

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