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On January 7, 2005, Lene Andersen got her first injection of a biologic—she went home, took a nap, and woke up a different person.
Frustrated with the effectiveness of their current chronic pain treatment, many patients (up to 40%), especially those living with chronic pain, turn to natural supplements in hopes of finding disease-modifying relief.
At the American College of Rheumatology Conference in Boston, Eric Newman, MD, director of rheumatology at Geisinger Health presented a new model for treating rheumatoid arthritis.
As a rheumatoid arthritis patient, you probably care more about your daily experiences with pain and fatigue than you care about the precise number of swollen joints you have during a doctor’s appointment.
Arthritic Chick is shocked by the results of her latest lab work -- but her doctors seem pretty blasé -- is this the new normal for living with RA?
CreakyJoints newest Blogger Katherine Macfarlane on a life often so ridiculous that despite chronic illness she can’t help but laugh
So many decisions: Arthritic Chick on being at the point where doctors pretty much leave the decisions up to her