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Patients who do not respond to current rheumatoid arthritis (RA) treatments may benefit from a new form of treatment that has been shown in a study to be effective against symptoms of the disease.

Study offers hope of new treatment for rheumatoid arthritis

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The RA-BEAM study is the first to demonstrate that the drug baricitinib is more effective in improving the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis than the current standard treatment of injectable biologic anti-TNF medications. Baricitinib has been specifically developed as a treatment for rheumatoid arthritis.

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