Is Rheumatoid Arthritis Different in Men and Women?
Rheumatoid arthritis affects women more severely than men. Louis Pack, DPM, author and founding fellow of the American College of Rheumatology, explains how, in this video.
Rheumatoid arthritis is a disease that can affect men or women. Women are usually affected much more severely at a younger age,
a more severe degree of problem, less chance of what we call remissions-- or where symptoms just dissipate on their own--
and also a greater chance for further complications. So it's a much more serious disease in women
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