Anybody seen the new blog post about the new "yardstick" that provides doctors with a ?
I haven't had a chance to read the main study the article talks about, but a glance shows that it's really interesting. From what I can see, the main takeaway is that it's a guide for doctors and other providers to help choose treatment plan and know when to step up treatment. I'll be interested in what AAFA's Medical Scientific Council has to say when they have a chance to review it. They usually break things down into very easy to understand terms.