Elsa tips! The Swedish Rheumatism Association's research report 2020
The Swedish Rheumatism Association has published its research report for 2020. It details research into rheumatic conditions being carried out in Sweden right now.
Examples of content in the research report:
Disease prevention research can reveal the early stages of RA
The important interaction between care and the patient
Pain and exercise
Pregnancy in rheumatism
Relationship between eating habits and inflammation
And much more!
New for this year are the grants distributed by the Scientific Committee to Young Rheumatologists, which has resulted in an extra-large investment in research into rheumatic diseases in children and adolescents.
In their research reports, the researchers themselves talk about many important advances.
Read it here (in Swedish):
If you want to read more reports, they are available here on the Swedish Rheumatism Association's website (in Swedish):