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March 7th, 2017

Choosing Wisely—At odds with Diagnostic Accuracy?

By meghanknoedler meghanknoedler

Primary Sjögren’s syndrome is a chronic autoimmune disease where your body attacks its self.  This happens because some of the white blood cells and several proteins made by these and other cells attack on normal functioning salivary glands (i.e. those in your mouth—leading to cavities, ulcers, and tooth degradation) and tear glands (i.e. your eyes).  […]

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Tags: autoimmune, Choosing Wisely, Choosing Wisely Campaign, Diagnostic Accuracy, Eric Matteson, Meghan Knoedler, Rheumatology, Rochester Epidemiology Project, Sjögren’s syndrome

November 9th, 2015

Mayo Rheumatologist Dr. Timothy Niewold Recognized for Achievements in Lupus Research

By Bob Nellis bobnellis

Mayo Clinic rheumatologist Dr. Timothy Niewold has received the Lupus Foundation of America’s Mary Betty Stevens Young Investigator Prize for his research on the autoimmune disease lupus. Dr. Niewold accepted his award Nov. 8 at a reception held by the foundation to coincide with the American College of Rheumatology’s annual scientific meeting in San Francisco. […]

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Tags: American College of Rheumatology, Lupus, Lupus Foundation of America, Rheumatology, Timothy Niewold

May 6th, 2014

Mayo Clinic Rheumatologist Joins Rheumatology Research Foundation Leadership

By Bob Nellis bobnellis

  A Mayo Clinic rheumatologist  has been named vice president of the Rheumatology Research Foundation, a nonprofit organization that funds research and training to advance the treatment of rheumatic diseases. As vice president, Eric Matteson, M.D. , rheumatology chair at Mayo in Rochester, Minn., will serve on the foundation’s board of directors for two years. Dr. […]

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Tags: Eric Matteson, MD, research, Rheumatology, Rochester

January 6th, 2011

Arthritis and Epidemiology


One out of every dozen American women will contract a rheumatic disease in her lifetime. One in 12. That’s the first time a lifetime risk of these diseases has been determined — and it’s higher than many had thought. So says Cynthia Crowson and the other authors of a research paper published online in the […]

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