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Drugs for rheumatoid arthritis


No drug cures rheumatoid arthritis, but drugs such as aspirin can relieve pain and suppress inflammation, thus enabling the patient to carry out exercises which may prevent deformity until a natural remission occurs. All the drugs may be dangerous in the doses required.

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