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Articles By Blair Solow, MD, MSc

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Update on Anti-Drug Antibodies and Therapeutic Drug Monitoring

We use biologic agents on a daily basis in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis. Despite having an expanding array of options, our profession is keen on gaining a deeper understanding of why certain drugs fail and being able to predict the most appropriate next steps in treatment. 

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What Advocacy Taught Me About Leadership

When I first took on the role as the American College of Rheumatology (ACR) Committee on Government Affairs chair, I was keenly aware of being the first woman to be nominated to this position. While the demographics of government officials have changed over the past several decades, governance positions are held overwhelmingly by men. Having my voice heard and advocating for my colleagues at the ACR, and most importantly for our patients, were priorities. 

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