Is It Really an
Conventional wisdom believes that Rheumatoid
Arthritis (RA) is an autoimmune disease in which the body's defense
system responds to a "false alarm" and attacks the joints. It
is debated which part of the joint is actually involved. Some believe
that the synovium is attacked.
Others argue that the collagen is
assaulted. The argument is purely academic, however, because the
cause of the disease remains unknown
It is no secret that over the past four decades, RA research has
often been driven by the pharmaceutical industry rather than
by disinterested researchers. This was particularly so in the 1970s and
1980s, with the focus on
drugs that do not alter the course of RA
at all. The same
mistake was repeated with anti-rheumatic drugs —
combinations of expensive drugs to achieve
minor goals. And then
again, the infamous COX-2 drugs represented by Vioxx —
doing more harm than good.
We believe it's time to accept
the fact that attempts to control
inflammatory arthritis have been a total
failure! Isn't it time to change the goal of RA research from
CONTROL to CURE?
From a broader perspective, this is not a
problem confined to RA research. Current medicine research typically
puts the emphasis on suppressing symptoms
rather than addressing the root causes.
And then, in a vicious circle, patients often end up taking more
drugs to counter the side effects of original treatment.
In order to find an effective treatment for
RA, we believe that researchers must
completely change their notion of disease. We believe that it's a waste
of time to create more sophisticated names for different combination of
symptoms. There are already too many "diseases" for
doctors to spell and pronounce.
As the Chinese discovered four thousand years ago, "if you don't
find the disease in youngsters, it's about weak metabolism."
Rheumatoid Arthritis is
not often found in Children. Yes, some children develop juvenile rheumatoid
arthritis (JRA). But just as unusual as the fact that they have JRA, their bone, joint
and muscle metabolisms are unusually impaired.
This is evidenced by the proven effectiveness of EZorb against
Rheumatoid arthritis, just like osteoarthritis, is linked to
bone, joint and muscle metabolism, which also causes bone
loss and many other musculoskeletal disorders.
The only effective way to correct all
these conditions is to go to the
source of the problem by raising bone, joint and muscle metabolism.
EZorb does exactly that.
On average, it takes about 6 - 12 weeks for RA patients to notice the
improvement, once they start taking EZorb. Pain levels reduce
continuously as the healing process unfolds. Thousands of RA patients have
used EZorb to their complete satisfaction. Many have been able to return to their
previous life style.
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