Just thought I'd try and post something positive...did anyone see this in the news recently?
There are a few of these 'miracle cures' starting to appear...but all subject to lengthy ongoing testing which is the down side.
For those who dont know, nanotechnology is essentially 'tiny technology'; technology applied on a very small (microscopic) scale. Its used in many case for things such as injection of tong microchips etc.
Also, this from 'medi-reps.com':
"All eyes are on pharmaceutical sales giant Pfizer as it attempts to get its breakthrough treatment for rheumatoid arthritis (RA) out of the laboratory and into the market. The company announced that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has accepted its new drug application (NDA) for tofacitinib, a new oral treatment currently being studied to treat adults with moderate to severe RA.
Tofacitnib is considered one of Pzier's most important experimental drugs because, If approved, it would be a viable option to most injected medicines used to treat RA and other inflammatory disorders.
Geno Germano, president and general manager of Pfizer's speciality care and oncology, said the federal agency's review of the company's NDA for tofacitinib sets it on track for pharmaceutical sales approval by August 2012.
"Pfizer is pleased to have achieved this regulatory milestone, which reflects our commitment to advancing treatments for inflammatory conditions, and constitutes a significant step toward bringing tofacitinib to RA patients who are in need of additional therapeutic options," Germano added.
According to the Arthritis Foundation, RA is the most crippling form of arthritis and affect approximately 1.3 million Americans."