Corona Virus and Inflammatory Arthritis Challenges
Inflammatory arthritis patients that have rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, or ankylosing spondylitis use medications that work on their immune system. With news of the Corona virus spread, there are challenges inflammatory arthritis patients are facing. This video discusses questions that I am hearing from patients and gives some perspective.
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In this video Siddharth Tambar MD from Chicago Arthritis and Regenerative Medicine discusses challenges the inflammatory arthritis patients are facing with the Corona virus outbreak.