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20th Anniversary Collection

For Arthritis Research & Therapy's 20 year anniversary we have chosen to celebrate by commissioning seven Editorials that look back at seven original articles that we have published over the last two decades. These articles are among the most highly cited, downloaded and referenced original articles that the journal has published. We were delighted that all the original lead authors agreed to take up our challenge to look back, with hindsight at the way in which their articles have become so impactful. We wanted to let our authors be our advocates, and indeed they have done so, in a humble yet striking way.

  1. Over the past 20 years, the rheumatoid arthritis (RA) treatment landscape has been continuously evolving. A range of novel biologic agents, different from the conventional therapies, became available. However,...

    Authors: Teresa A. Simon

    Citation: Arthritis Research & Therapy 2019 21:232

    Content type: Editorial

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    The Research article to this article has been published in Arthritis Research & Therapy 2008 10:R45

  2. A study by Raza et al., published in this journal in 2005, identified that RA patients, within 3 months of symptom onset, had a synovial fluid cytokine profile that was distinct from that of patients with othe...

    Authors: K. Raza

    Citation: Arthritis Research & Therapy 2019 21:226

    Content type: Editorial

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    The Research article to this article has been published in Arthritis Research & Therapy 2005 7:R784

  3. A decade has passed since the publication on the comparison of the effect of adalimumab with data from a historic cohort on the progression of structural damage in the spine of patients with ankylosing spondyl...

    Authors: Désirée van der Heijde and Robert Landewé

    Citation: Arthritis Research & Therapy 2019 21:225

    Content type: Editorial

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    The Research article to this article has been published in Arthritis Research & Therapy 2009 11:R127