Arthritis Drugs

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source: iStockPhoto  Arthritis is a condition that is characterized by a painful and sometimes debilitating inflammation of the joints. One type of arthritis is caused by infection, however the cause of the other type, rheumatoid arthritis, remains uncertain. The inflamed joints caused by arthritis may be painful, tender and warm to the touch. Over forty million people are afflicted with arthritis in the United States alone, with women far outnumbering men. Many treatment options are available for arthritis sufferers ranging from simple over-the-counter pain medications such as Tylenol and Advil to more sophisticated prescription drugs like Vioxx and Celebrex. View sub-topics at right to learn more about some specific drugs used to treat arthritis and some of the drugs' more serious adverse side effects.

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  6. Enbrel / Etanercept
  7. Kineret / Anakinra
  8. Aleve / Naproxen Lawyers & Attorneys
  9. Remicade / Infliximab
  10. Rheumatrex / Methotrexate
  11. Ridaura / Auranofin: Overview
  12. Vioxx / Rofecoxib
  13. Information Arthritis Drugs: Frequently Asked Questions
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