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2015-03-07 18:05:26
2015-03-07 18:05:26

Some forms of Arthritis, such as infectious arthritis or Lyme arthritis, are curable. Others, like rheumatoid or psoriatic arthritis, are not.

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2020-08-07 12:40:41
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Yes, Arthritis Curable but depends on which type of arthritis. you can use Acidim & GC ayurvedic medication to relief from Arthritis.

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