Pegloticase is a highly effective therapy for patients with refractory and/or tophaceous gout, but has a high discontinuation rate (30-50%) due to development of anti-drug antibodies causing loss of efficacy and risk of infusion reactions. This case report demonstrates that low doses of oral...
Dr. Patience White worked with the American Academy of Pediatrics Committee for Child Health Financing to update the key policy about health care coverage needs for children (up to age 26).
Congratulations to Sonia Silinsky Krupnikova on winning the Mark Millen Memorial Award. The Mark Millen Memorial Award is presented annually to a member of the graduating class who has demonstrated exceptional proficiency in the field of rheumatology.
Research done by Gulnara Mamyrova and the GW Myositis Clinic Team assessed environmental factors associated with disease flare in juvenile and adult dermatomyositis (DM).
GW Rheumatology fellows and faculty hosted a joint injection workshop for GW School of Medicine and Health Science students in the Stuart S. Kassan CLASS Center.
Congratulations to Dr. Mandana Hashefi. Her article on Rheumatologic Manifestations of Malignancy was published in Clinics of Geriatric Medicine