SEAM-RA: Maintenance of Remission Better After Withdrawal of Methotrexate Than Withdrawal of Etanercept

November 5-9, 2020; Virtual Meeting
At Week 48, SDAI remission maintained in 49.5% of patients receiving etanercept monotherapy vs 28.7% of patients receiving methotrexate monotherapy.
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Released: November 12, 2020


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