Gender Differences Spell More Arthritis Problems for Women

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

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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