Gender Differences Spell More Arthritis Problems for Women

But an individualized treatment approach is still the key to arthritis management, regardless of gender.

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Arthritis generally affects women more than men, but the reason for this disparity remains unclear. Researchers are working to understand these gender-based differences and, more importantly, what they mean for treating arthritis.
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