ARC Rheumatology Initiates First Medical Research Study

The Austin Regional Clinic Rheumatology department has initiated its first clinical trial. It represents a beginning step into medical research for the organization. ARC plans to add more clinical trials to help patients get access to cutting edge treatments for rheumatology conditions close to where they live.

Tags: Rheumatology, rheumatology research, rheumatoid arthritis

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