Research examines rheumatoid arthritis drug therapies

11/19/2007 | Reuters

A combination of different rheumatoid arthritis drugs works better than single treatments, which have almost similar effects, according to researchers who reviewed 101 studies on RA medicines. The study covered corticosteroids as well as disease-modifying anti-rheumatic drugs such as abatacept from Bristol-Myers Squibb Co., Abbott Laboratories' Humira and Amgen's Kineret.

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