Rheumatoid arthritis

Microbiome could be key in RA: Spector

Fast forward to #ARA2026 and there’s a good chance we could be talking about the use of faecal transplants to treat rheumatoid arthritis. In a session eloquently named epigenetics, poo and arthritis, Tim Spector,  Professor of Genetic Epidemiology and Rheumatology at Kings College in London, said there was increasing evidence that the microbiome might have a ...

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