WHEN I WAS DIAGNOSED with degenerative rheumatoid arthritis, the medical specialist said I would become extremely weak and would eventually not be able to move on my own or care for myself. Shortly after, when the symptoms worsened, the doctor prescribed medication so I could withstand the pain, but he said there was no treatment he knew of that could cure the disease.
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