How Rheumatoid Arthritis Can Result from Provocation of the Immune System by Microorganisms and Viruses

The pathogenesis of rheumatoid arthritis (RA), similar to development of a majority of inflammatory and autoimmune disorders, is largely due to an inappropriate or inadequate immune response to environmental challenges. Among these challenges, infectious agents are the undisputed leaders. Since the 1870s, an impressive list of microorganisms suspected of… CONTINUE READING

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