Published in Women's Health Weekly, January 25th, 1995
The study of 219 adults found that after taking minocycline for 48 weeks, 54 percent saw a 50 percent improvement in the number of swollen joints. Fifty-six percent showed at least a 50 percent improvement in the number of tender joints.
"Patients who suffer from mild to moderate rheumatoid arthritis now have the choice of another therapeutic agent," said Dr. Barbara C. Tilley of the Henry Ford Health Sciences Center in Detroit, Michigan, who directed the study published in the January 15, 1994, issue...
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