Features June 2019 Issue

Risks of Keeping Cancer in Check

Risks of Keeping Cancer in Check

New ways of treating cancer may lead to autoimmune diseases.

A few years ago, Cleveland Clinic rheumatologist Casandra Calabrese, DO, began seeing patients who were being treated for cancer and had developed the type of joint pain and swelling seen in rheumatoid arthritis. She isn't alone. Rheumatologists around the world are treating such patients. What is going on?

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