SHES Prof’s article rated the most popular rheumatoid arthritis in 2016
Congratulations to Prof Andy Lemmey et al whose paper has been listed as the most popular article: ‘Tight control of disease activity fails to improve body composition or physical function in rheumatoid arthritis patients’ (Rheumatology 2016 55(10):1736-1745) on rheumatoid arthritis in 2016 by Rheumatology Advisor. This is a U.S. weekly newsletter which cherry-picks and summarises articles from all the major rheumatology journals. Each month Rheumatology select the most interesting in press paper for a podcast. Back in June, this paper was chosen for that month’s Rheumatology podcast http://www.oxfordjournals.org/our_journals/brheum/podcast.html.
RheumatologyAdvisor (Featured Content: ‘Examining treat-to-target (T2T) treatment in rheumatoid arthritis. Does tight disease control with T2T impact rheumatoid cachexia or affect assessments of physical function? Find out now.’). July 29, Aug 5 2016. http://www.rheumatologyadvisor.com/rheumatoid-arthritis/tight-ra-disease-control-no-benefit-for-fat-muscle-mass/article/503684/?DCMP=EMC
The same paper, “Tight control of disease activity …”, has also featured in these popular publications:
- Medpage Today (article title: ‘RA Cachexia Persists Despite Treat-to-Target’, available at http://www.medpagetoday.com/MeetingCoverage/BSR/51392). May 2015.
- ‘A Women’s Health’ magazine (article title: ‘Treatment to Control RA Disease Activity May Not Improve Cachexia’, available at http://awomanshealth.com/treatment-to-control-ra-disease-activity-may-not-improve-cachexia/). May 2015.
- Pharmastar (article title: ‘Rheumatoid arthritis, ‘treat-to-target’ approach does not prevent rheumatoid cachexia’ available at pharmastar.it/index.html?cat=24&id=18395). May 2015.
- Healthline (article title: ‘Despite successful treatment, many RA patients still experience low muscle mass, available at healthline.com/health-news/despite-treatment-many-ra-patients-still-experience-low-muscle-mass-052015#1). May 2015.
- ‘theRAconnection.com’ (article title: ‘Treatment to Control RA Disease Activity May Not Improve Cachexia’, available at http://theraconnection.com/news/treatment-to-control-ra-disease-activity-may-not-improve-cachexia/). June 2015.
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Publication date: 9 January 2017