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potassium and thiamin in rheumatoid arthritis

NOMINATED TOPIC | August 18, 2014
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potassium and thiamin in rheumatoid arthritis

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A large number of people are afflicted with rheumatoid arthritis and there is no known cure.

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Hopefully if research is performed using potassium supplements people will get sufficient potassium for a change and then other diseases caused by a potassium deficiency will also disappear such as gout heart disease high blood pressure.

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Internet Citation: potassium and thiamin in rheumatoid arthritis. Content last reviewed November 2017. Effective Health Care Program, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD.
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