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Biologics more often led to remission in PsA vs. conventional drugs

11:25 EDT 28 Jun 2017 | Healio

Among patients with psoriatic arthritis, biologics more often led to remission or minimal disease activity compared with conventional drugs, according to a published analysis.“The aim of our study was to evaluate the remission or [minimal disease activity] in a group of patients with [psoriatic arthritis] consecutively in an outpatient clinic and regardless of the treatment strategy by using the composite indices validated and tailored for [psoriatic arthritis],” researchers wrote.

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