Remission: a realistic goal in rheumatoid arthritis?

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Abstract

Remission is the treatment goal in rheumatoid arthritis. Clinical trials indicate that it can be reached. However, it is not a common phenomenon in real life due to many hurdles. We describe our own experience as an example to promote remission. Future vision includes a common platform to report outcomes from clinical settings.

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