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Does fish oil really work for RA Maybe Fish oil for RA Treat to target Nancy Walsh writing for MedPage Today reported patients with early rheumatoid arthritis receiving triple therapy with conventional diseasemodifying antirheumatic drugs DMARDs were less likely to respond inadequately when given supplementary fish oil, Australian researchers found. After a year of treatment, 10.5 of patients receiving fish oil were considered treatment failures, compared with 32.1 of those not receiving the supplement, according to Susanna M. Proudman, MD, of the University of Adelaide, and colleagues. Comment I’m not a real fan of triple therapy. That’s using a combination of methotrexate,.

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