Supplements for OA: An Unconvincing Story

Evidence supporting the use of glucosamine and chondroitin is scant, anecdotal

Terry Stanton

The glory days for glucosamine began in 1996 with the publication of The Arthritis Cure, by Jason Theodosakis, MD. Millions of people with painful osteoarthritis (OA) flocked to the supplement, along with its common sidekick chondroitin, hopeful that finally something could provide relief for their condition.

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