Bacteria that cause gum disease may also cause rheumatoid arthritis
A type of bacteria found in severe gum disease may trigger many cases of rheumatoid arthritis, researchers reported Wednesday.
17 Dec 2016 - General
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A new research has reported that bacteria responsible for severe gum disease may trigger many cases of rheumatoid arthritis. The bacteria damages immune system cells called neutrophils in a way that seems to enrage the immune system, which then attac...
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