Latent classes of early response trajectories to biologics initiation in juvenile idiopathic arthritis: an analysis of four trials
Pediatric Rheumatology, July 2022
Lily Siok Hoon Lim, Shamsia Shobhan, Armend Lokku, Sarah Ringold, Eleanor Pullenayegum
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