Why do women with early RA respond less well to MTX than men? Gender as a determinant of response in the initial phase of the Swefot trial

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Why do women with early RA respond less well to MTX than men? Gender as a determinant of response in the initial phase of the Swefot trial. / van Vollenhoven, Ronald; Emestam, Sofia; Coester, Lars; Dackhammar, Christina; Forslind, Kristina; Geborek, Pierre; Hellstroem, Helena; Ljung, Lotta; Oding, Rolf; Petersson, Ingemar; Teleman, Annika; Theander, Jan; Thorner, Ake; Tornqvist, Bo; Waltbrand, Eva; Zickert, Agneta; Wornet, Margareta; Bratt, Johan.

I: Scandinavian Journal of Rheumatology, Vol. 37, Nr. Suppl. 123, 2008, s. 52-52.

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van Vollenhoven, R, Emestam, S, Coester, L, Dackhammar, C, Forslind, K, Geborek, P, Hellstroem, H, Ljung, L, Oding, R, Petersson, I, Teleman, A, Theander, J, Thorner, A, Tornqvist, B, Waltbrand, E, Zickert, A, Wornet, M & Bratt, J 2008, 'Why do women with early RA respond less well to MTX than men? Gender as a determinant of response in the initial phase of the Swefot trial', Scandinavian Journal of Rheumatology, vol. 37, nr. Suppl. 123, s. 52-52.

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van Vollenhoven, R., Emestam, S., Coester, L., Dackhammar, C., Forslind, K., Geborek, P., Hellstroem, H., Ljung, L., Oding, R., Petersson, I., Teleman, A., Theander, J., Thorner, A., Tornqvist, B., Waltbrand, E., Zickert, A., Wornet, M., & Bratt, J. (2008). Why do women with early RA respond less well to MTX than men? Gender as a determinant of response in the initial phase of the Swefot trial. Scandinavian Journal of Rheumatology, 37(Suppl. 123), 52-52.

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van Vollenhoven R, Emestam S, Coester L, Dackhammar C, Forslind K, Geborek P, Hellstroem H, Ljung L, Oding R, Petersson I, Teleman A, Theander J, Thorner A, Tornqvist B, Waltbrand E, Zickert A, Wornet M, Bratt J. 2008. Why do women with early RA respond less well to MTX than men? Gender as a determinant of response in the initial phase of the Swefot trial. Scandinavian Journal of Rheumatology. 37(Suppl. 123):52-52.

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van Vollenhoven, Ronald ; Emestam, Sofia ; Coester, Lars ; Dackhammar, Christina ; Forslind, Kristina ; Geborek, Pierre ; Hellstroem, Helena ; Ljung, Lotta ; Oding, Rolf ; Petersson, Ingemar ; Teleman, Annika ; Theander, Jan ; Thorner, Ake ; Tornqvist, Bo ; Waltbrand, Eva ; Zickert, Agneta ; Wornet, Margareta ; Bratt, Johan. / Why do women with early RA respond less well to MTX than men? Gender as a determinant of response in the initial phase of the Swefot trial. I: Scandinavian Journal of Rheumatology. 2008 ; Vol. 37, Nr. Suppl. 123. s. 52-52.

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Why do women with early RA respond less well to MTX than men? Gender as a determinant of response in the initial phase of the Swefot trial

AU - van Vollenhoven, Ronald

AU - Emestam, Sofia

AU - Coester, Lars

AU - Dackhammar, Christina

AU - Forslind, Kristina

AU - Geborek, Pierre

AU - Hellstroem, Helena

AU - Ljung, Lotta

AU - Oding, Rolf

AU - Petersson, Ingemar

AU - Teleman, Annika

AU - Theander, Jan

AU - Thorner, Ake

AU - Tornqvist, Bo

AU - Waltbrand, Eva

AU - Zickert, Agneta

AU - Wornet, Margareta

AU - Bratt, Johan

PY - 2008

Y1 - 2008

M3 - Published meeting abstract

VL - 37

SP - 52

EP - 52

JO - Scandinavian Journal of Rheumatology

JF - Scandinavian Journal of Rheumatology

SN - 1502-7732

IS - Suppl. 123

ER -