glucosamine sulfate treatment for arthritis

We're getting lots of calls and faxes asking about glucosamine sulfate treatment for arthritis. It's been in the news, and on TV shows. People are asking their doctors about it.

Glucosamine is naturally produced in the body. It's important to the repair and maintenance of cartilage.

It's been tried experimentally for osteoarthritis. Short-term studies show some benefit...pain relief and improved articular movement...but there's no evidence that it slows the underlying degenerative process.

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