Features December 2012 Issue

What to Do When Your Meds Stop Working

Prescription and over-the-counter drugs that used to control your arthritis donít help any longer. What are your options?

Arthritis drugs that have until now been effective for you wonít necessarily work forever. You may become resistant to certain medications, and youíre not alone. One recent study found that approximately half the subjects who took a rheumatoid arthritis (RA) drug reported it to be ineffective at some point during their treatment.

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