Gout Is Undertreated

Lifelong treatment with medication can prevent gout flares.


More than 8 million Americans live with gout, the most common form of inflammatory arthritis. And the numbers are growing. Despite having effective medications for gout, “it is undertreated, even though it is curable,” says Cleveland Clinic rheumatologist Brian Mandell, MD, PhD.

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