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Seronegative RA and Fibromyalgia May Be Linked

04:45 EDT 23 Sep 2016 | Medscape

Patients with RA who were seronegative for RF or ACPA were more likely also to have symptoms that signal fibromyalgia, a records analysis showed.
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