Arthritis Creams Fail After Two Weeks

Topical painkillers known as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory creams (NSAIDs) give only temporary help for the pain of the joint condition osteoarthritis. Doctors often prescribe topical NSAIDs to avoid the intestinal bleeding that can occur when the drugs are taken orally, however after two weeks the relief from the topical drugs faded. At least one-quarter of Americans have arthritis or a related disease. It's important to recognize that the only problem with the arthritis drugs is not...

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