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Recent advancements in cartilage tissue engineering innovation and translation

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25 years of biologic therapy

25 years of biologic therapy

Biologic therapies with various modes of action have been introduced into the field of rheumatology over the past 25 years, and have revolutionized the treatment and outcomes in many rheumatic diseases. This collection from Nature Reviews Rheumatology brings together articles on biologic therapy in rheumatology, including the latest Reviews and Opinion pieces, as well as popular content from our archives.
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