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    1. Can Drugs Halt Disease Progression of Rheumatoid Arthritis?

      There are medications available to slow the progression of joint damage from rheumatoid arthritis.

    2. Treating Rheumatoid Arthritis: Questions to Ask Your Doctor

      If you have rheumatoid arthritis, early and aggressive treatment can help you forestall joint damage and increasing pain. But all treatments have some side effects. Here are 10 questions to help you work with your doctor on a treatment plan for your RA.

    3. Biologics for Inflammatory Arthritis

      Learn about biologics, a newer type of drug for rheumatoid arthritis treatment. These medications include Enbrel, Humira, and Remicade.

    4. Living With Rheumatoid Arthritis: Assistive Devices for Easier Living

      Even with the best treatment, rheumatoid arthritis can slow you down. That's why a good treatment plan doesn't stop with just medicine and exercise. If you start to have trouble with everyday activities, help is available.

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