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People with psaratic (PsA) shouldn't be too quick to go off their medications after experiencing remission, according to a small study published recently in the Annual of the Rheumatic Disease. Researchers of the university of Erldagen- Nuremberg in Germary looked at 26 people with long term PsA who have been in remission for at least six months and who were being treated with either a conventional disease modifying antirheumatic drug (DMARD) or a type of biological called a TNF inhibitors. The… read more
Has anyone been diagnosed with rhupus and if so how or why? I was diagnosed with RA almodt a year ago after having symptoms for years. However now im getting a lace like rash on my legs and cant even be outside for longer than 5 min without me breaking out. I stopped all meds for RA for 2 months to make sure it wasnt the meds and confirmed its not.. She made the comment something else might be going on.. On top of the RA.