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RheumNow Week in Review – Medical School Advice (9.7.18)

Dr. Jack Cush reviews news and journal articles from the past week on RheumNow.com.

  1. Methotrexate's Low Efficacy in Cutaneous Psoriasis  
  2. Usual Allopurinol Doses Insufficient in CKD Patients  
  3. Tocilizumab Equals other Biologics in Cardiovascular Risk  
  4. CRA Recommendations for Lupus Assessment and Monitoring 
  5. Advice for a Student starting Medical School - 3 important lessons: 1) Often the most important thing we give a patient is not what we think it is; 2) Much of what you are taught is wrong; 3) Keep a sunshine folder. #SGU White Coat ceremony https://t.co/jI9KdNaGXY

 

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