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Hi all,

One of the newsletters I read had the link to this site. Describing what Methotrexate is and how it works.

Methotrexate is an antimetabolite and antifolate drug which acts by inhibiting the metabolism of frolic acid, and is capable of blocking the metabolism of cells. It is an anti-inflammatory agent used for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis and other diseases associated with active immune system or inflammatory conditions. Methotrexate works by making the immune system less active and suppressing the blood cells that cause inflammation.
http://www.buzzle.com/articles/what-is-methotrexate.html

Not everything on the website is correct or current. The article on Methotrexate was vetted by the Scleroderma Foundation and hence I feel secure posting it here.
I miss you all and wish you all the best.

Karen
 

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Thanks Karen, I haven't had time to look at the link but I will check it out later.

Hope you are doing ok? It's nice to hear from you again :yes: we miss you :p

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