thalidomide for rheumatoid arthritis

We're getting questions about using thalidomide for rheumatoid arthritis...and other inflammatory conditions.

Thalidomide was only on the market for four years in Europe before its severe birth defects were recognized. It's still used in Brazil and other countries for leprosy.

Now there's interest in using thalidomide for severe cases of rheumatoid arthritis...lupus...canker sores in AIDS patients...AIDS wasting syndrome, multiple sclerosis, etc.

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