Maybe last year’s Christmas lecture on spondyloarthritis gave you a taste for presenting or consuming medical knowledge in the form of cookies. In the end, is there a better way to gnaw on information? The only thing missing now is a hot drink accompanying the cookie, because many of us don’t enjoy the pure baked […]

Joachim Sieper is a Professor of Rheumatology at the Benjamin Franklin Campus of the Charité Berlin. In an interview with online editor Eva Reidemeister, he reveals why the term “Bechterew’s disease” is outdated and why we speak of axial spondyloarthritis today.

Joachim Sieper is a Professor of Rheumatology at the Benjamin Franklin Campus of the Charité Berlin. In an interview with online editor Eva Reidemeister, he reveals why the term “Bechterew’s disease” is outdated and why we speak of axial spondyloarthritis today.