Rheumatoid Arthritis Takes Toll on Young Adults

In the summer between high school and college, Angela Lundberg saw a life full of possibilities turn into one of limitations when doctors explained that the pain that had started in her feet and spread to her fingers came from rheumatoid arthritis. "The only person I knew who had it was my grandma and she got it when she was in her 60s, I think," the Minneapolis native, now 32, recalled. "The day I was diagnosed, I remember going home from the doctor's office and crying alone in my room...Full Story
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