Medicine: Arthritis Treatment

Some 3,000,000 people in the U. S. who hobble around with stiff, aching joints are waiting for an arthritis cure. Doctors have tried warm baths, short-wave treatment, artificial fever therapy and vaccination, but have achieved few cures. Arthritis has over 65 variations and doctors cannot agree on any one cause. Certain it is that there is an arthritis type: a tired, nervous, constipated individual easily susceptible to colds and infections who may develop a full-fledged arthritis after a streptococcus infection, or a series of slight injuries to some organ.

Two types of...

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