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Treatment with Methotrexate for Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA).
Joel Kremer, MD
Albany Medical College, Albany, NY

Date Added: 04/09/13

Methotrexate has been around a long time, actually since the '50s. It was a designer drug because it inhibits folate metabolism. Folic acid enzymes are in every cell in our body and they are pretty important. If you inhibit folic acid, you're giving an antimetabolite. That's what methotrexate is. ...
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Dr. Joel M. Kremer, MD is founder and President of Corrona. Dr. Kremer is a Professor of Medicine of the Albany Medical College. Dr. Kremer serves as Director of Research at The Center for Rheumatology in Albany.
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