Published in Women's Health Weekly, April 8th, 1996
Any damage to cartilage, the tough, shock-absorbing material that covers the ends of our bones, eventually may leave bone contacting bone, which results in OA, a painful condition that affects an estimated 15.8 million Americans.
The new treatments, which include cartilage transplants, disease modifying drugs, electricity and magnets, and genetic manipulation, differ from the currently available OA treatments because...
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