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Can Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) be treated without medication?
Richard M. Pope, MD
Northwestern University, Chicago, IL

Date Added: 05/02/13

Not realistically, there have been some studies that have looked at diet to control rheumatoid arthritis, in particular, diets very low in calories. While this works very well in experimental mice that have arthritis and other forms of autoimmune disease, diet therapy is not effective in rheumatoid...
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Richard M. Pope, MD, is the Chief, Division of Medicine-Rheumatology and Mabel Greene Myers Professor of Medicine at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago, IL.
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