Scientists pave way for better juvenile arthritis diagnosis, treatment outcome prediction

Monday, July 17, 2017 - 13:32 in Health & Medicine

A previously unknown group of regulatory T cells have been found to be linked to juvenile arthritis and DNA features that affect patients' response to treatment. These findings pave the way for improved juvenile arthritis diagnosis and prediction of treatment outcomes, and are also relevant for adult rheumatoid arthritis.

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