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Blood Test Could Reveal When Rheumatoid Arthritis Will Strike

News   Jul 17, 2020 | Original story from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute

 
Blood Test Could Reveal When Rheumatoid Arthritis Will Strike

Rheumatoid arthritis causes pain and inflammation in the joints. B cells (one shown here) play a role in the disease. These cells may activate PRIME cells, the newly discovered cells that appear in the blood just before an attack of symptoms. Credit: NIAID

 
 
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