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  1. People with arthritis have been offered fresh hope after patients were effectively cured using a revolutionary electronic implant. Doctors used tiny pacemaker style devices embedded in the necks of patients with severe rheumatoid arthritis to "hack" into their nervous systems. The implant - whose effects were exclusively demonstrated to Sky News - fires bursts of electrical impulses into a key nerve that relays brain signals to the body's vital or
  2. My wife and a number of her female relatives all suffer from Psoriatic Arthritis. My wife and her cousin are both on a small dose of chemotherapy (Methotraxate) to try and preserve the joints etc. Her cousin is at the tribunal stage of the ESA process. Atos do not seem to recognise the use of chemotherapy in arthritis, when its been a known treatment for years. My wife as been on this treatment for two years and the side effects are not getting any better, unfortunately over recent months her arthritis as left her bed bound at times and unable to work etc. I fear that in the near future that s
  3. Every week for the past 2 or more years I have been injected with methotrexate no problem. Very recently it was decided by NHS for myself to be switched to the metoject type of injection. Last week was the first time I used the metoject and found that the needle would not penetrate my skin as it appeared to be blunt! I contacted Health At Home who do the delivery and was advised that a pharmacist would contact me shortly. That was last Thursday and I have not been able to inject myself. I also contacted the hospital that I attend and they advised that they had numerous complaints abou
  4. I came across this article, but I am not sure whether it is a hoax or whether it is genuine. However it is very interesting if true. I would love to lead a normal life without pain!
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