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Newly Approved Oral Medication Slows Rheumatoid Arthritis Joint Damage

There are 2 comments on the MediLexicon story from Jan 24, 2013, titled Newly Approved Oral Medication Slows Rheumatoid Arthritis Joint Damage. In it, MediLexicon reports that:

A Phase 3 clinical trial demonstrates that tofacitinib improves disease activity and inhibits progression of joint damage in rheumatoid arthritis patients who did not respond to methotrexate .

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Since: Jan 13

Miami, FL

#1 Jan 25, 2013
This could be great information for arthritis people.Thanks for information.

Deborah
Jellay V

Scranton, PA

#2 Apr 1, 2013
Wow this is amazing if it really slows down the effects of arthritis. I have read somewhere at depuypinnaclelawsuit. com that there may be some preoblems with hip replacements so this is a new alternative.

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