100 Questions & Answers About Arthritis
Jones & Bartlett Publishers, Aug 14, 2008 - Medical
More than 2 million Americans suffer from rheumatoid arthritis. Whether you've been diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis or care for someone with this disease, 100 Questions & Answers About Arthritis, offers help. Written by a prominent physician, this book provides authoritative, practical answers to 100 of the most common questions asked by arthritis patients, including diagnosis, underlying causes, treatment options, sources of support, and much more.
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