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Can alternative treatments help my RA?

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There are some natural treatments that might help your rheumatoid arthritis (RA). It’s a good idea to talk it over with your doctor. You’ll still need to take your medicine and keep up with the other parts of your treatment plan.

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Arthritis Today: “Rheumatoid Arthritis Remission.” FDA. “Therapeutics for Rheumatoid Arthritis.” “FDA approves Inflectra, a biosimilar to Remicade.” “FDA approves Amjevita, a biosimilar to Humira.” Simponi web site. The Arthritis Foundation: “Alternative Therapies.” The Johns Hopkins Arthritis Center: “Rheumatoid Arthritis Treatment.” The National Library of Medicine: “Rheumatoid Arthritis.”  

 

 

Reviewed by David Zelman on August 23, 2018

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Arthritis Today: “Rheumatoid Arthritis Remission.” FDA. “Therapeutics for Rheumatoid Arthritis.” “FDA approves Inflectra, a biosimilar to Remicade.” “FDA approves Amjevita, a biosimilar to Humira.” Simponi web site. The Arthritis Foundation: “Alternative Therapies.” The Johns Hopkins Arthritis Center: “Rheumatoid Arthritis Treatment.” The National Library of Medicine: “Rheumatoid Arthritis.”  

 

 

Reviewed by David Zelman on August 23, 2018

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