Peggy Philippe

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OBJECTIVE Anti-TNF-α agents are remarkably effective in the treatment of SpAs. However, 30% of patients withdraw from anti-TNF-α agents yearly because of inadequate efficacy or side effects. The objective of this study was to assess in current practice the response to a second and a third anti-TNF-α. METHODS Retrospectively, all records of patients who(More)
OBJECTIVE The recent growth of innovating biologics has opened fascinating avenues for the management of patients. In rheumatoid arthritis, many biologics are currently available, the choice of which being mostly determined empirically. Importantly, a given biologic may not be active in a fraction of patients and may even provoke side effects. Here, we(More)
OBJECTIVES One way to optimize the drug prescription in rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is to identify predictive biomarkers of drug responsiveness. Here, we investigated the potential "theranostic" value of proteins of the S100 family by monitoring levels of both S100A8 and S100A9 in blood samples from RA patients. DESIGN For proteomic analysis, peripheral(More)
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