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Why Do Women Have a Higher Risk of Developing Autoimmune Disorders?

Kristen Demoruelle, MD, PhD, associate professor of medicine at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, is working to develop new insights and novel prevention strategies that stop immune dysregulation before rheumatoid arthritis (RA) develops – a disease that affects approximately 18 million people around the world, 70% of which are women.


Author Kara Mason | Publish Date April 14, 2024
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