RA Medication Beneficial To Treat OA?

A recent study shows this common rheumatoid arthritis medication doesn't work for sufferers of osteoarthritis.

Q. Would the rheumatoid arthritis drug hydroxychloroquine be beneficial to treat the osteoarthritis in my hands? A. While hydroxychloroquine was once thought to be beneficial for treating inflammatory osteoarthritis (OA), new findings presented at the European League Against Rheumatism Annual Congress last year showed that the drug, when used for 24 weeks, did not reduce […]

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