Quackery Arthritis

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Definition

Quackery arthritis is a collective term used to describe remedies and treatments that are not scientifically proven to be effective to cure arthritis. These remedies usually claim to have no side effects or made with all natural ingredients; however, the same materials used for the remedies can also impose adverse effects not just with arthritis, but also in the other body systems. Quackery arthritis is one marketing strategy used by firms or individuals to promote their products in the market.

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