Why poor rheumatoid arthritis sufferers in South Africa have it worse

Bridget Hodkinson, University of Cape Town In South Africa, studies show that patients suffering from rheumatoid arthritis can wait up to a year to be diagnosed and referred for therapy. In this time, their condition degenerates. Inflammation in their joints makes them painful, stiff and swollen. This leads to joint destruction and eventually disability before …

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