Rheumatic diseases and cancer sometimes occur in the same patient, either sequentially or simultaneously. Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is one of these diseases. It is a lifelong condition. RA causes inflammation (swelling, redness and pain) that can
damage the joints. No treatment can cure rheumatoid arthritis, but the drugs in this video can slow down the disease and reduce joint damage. They can relieve pain and facilitate everyday tasks. Most people can find an AR medication that works for them. This video can help you work with your doctor or nurse to find a drug for RA. In addition to helping you learn about what happens with RA, this video explains the benefits and risks of AR medications.
In this educational video on what is rheumatoid arthritis and its treatment, you will see a general description of the medical care condition, description of treatment options, patient histories, a description of the damages / risks and benefits of various options and data key. about rheumatoid arthritis
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