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RA Treatment Choices
Choosing an RA treatment means understanding all the options, from mediations, to surgeries and even alternative therapies.
Take control early to avoid joint pain and damage.
The treat-to-target approach has been show to improve outcomes in patients with rheumatoid. Find out how it works and why some rheumatologists are reluctant to follow it.
How did a cancer drug become a staple in rheumatoid arthritis treatment?
No shots, no infusions, just a pill. We tell you why doctors think this new class of medication for rheumatoid arthritis is worth watching.
Achieving improvement, possibly remission, requires a multifaceted and vigilant approach.
RA increases infection susceptibility, and new research explores what factors determine who may be most at risk.
Corticosteroids have a complicated role in treating RA. How are researchers working to find the balance between the benefits and risks?
Arthritis Foundation-funded researcher continues his work with the Arthritis Foundation through the Arthritis Internet Registry.
The use of antibiotics to treat rheumatoid arthritis is not considered a first-line treatment, but for a select few, it may be effective in controlling the disease.
Study shows acupuncture can lower levels of TNF-alpha in people with rheumatoid arthritis.
Start with multiple meds or increase as needed? The TEAR study offers some answers.
Study weighs various biologics as second-line treatment for RA patients.
An old drug seems to have a new use.
Tips for reducing the risk of harmful infections.
Get smart about how rheumatoid arthritis drugs affect your heart.
Look up Medications for Rheumatoid Arthritis
You'll find information on disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs, biologics, corticosteroids, anti-inflammatories and pain meds.
A decade or so ago biologics were “game-changers” in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis. Now they’re the first line of defense. Learn more about how they work.
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