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Study led by Gates Cambridge PhD Student Sampurna Chakrabarti

last modified Aug 15, 2019 11:29 AM
The group of Dr Ewan St. John Smith have demonstrated that the fluid which lubricates joints plays a key role in osteoarthritic pain...
The group of Dr Ewan St. John Smith, in a study led by Gates Cambridge PhD Student Sampurna Chakrabarti and conducted in collaboration with Addenbrooke’s Hospital Rheumatology Unit have demonstrated that the fluid which lubricates joints plays a key role in osteoarthritic pain. Read more on the University website, as well as profile of Sampurna.
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