Scientists are studying a mummy that was discovered in a convent in the town of Guano, Ecuador. They believe that further examination of it could uncover a missing link that allows scientists to better understand the origin and natural history of RA.
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Ever since I was first diagnosed with RA, I’ve kept my fingers crossed for scientists to identify new treatments or even to find a cure. From parasitic worms to an electrical implant in the brain to a peptide found only in old world monkeys, I’ve seen RA research take some very interesting paths over the last ten years. And here’s another one:
A group of researchers has found that one of the hundreds of components in scorpion venom can reduce the severity of RA in animal models.