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Newly discovered species of bacteria in the microbiome may be a culprit behind rheumatoid arthritis

Written by The Conversation on October 27, 2022

A recently published study co-authored by Kristen Demoruelle, Kevin Deane, V. Michael Holers and Kristi Kuhn, medicine faculty in the University of Colorado School of Medicine's Division of Rheumatology, revealed an important clue to a potential culprit behind this disease: the bacteria in your gut.