New blood test could predict arthritis risk early

Testing for antibodies that target citrullinated tenascin-C (cTNC) could diagnose rheumatoid arthritis in around 50 percent of cases, including some cases not identified by current best tests. It also has a very low rate of false positives — 98 percent accurate at ruling out rheumatoid arthritis.

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