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“We realize, looking at the literature and also our clinical experience, that there are significant health disparities that are well documented in literature in Latinx and Hispanic rheumatoid arthritis patients, including perceptions of increased pain, fatigue, higher risk for depression, and a history of other self-help and self-management programs,” Adena Batterman, MSW, LCSW, explained.