Weekly Dose: Methylprednisolone

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This drug is used to treat conditions involving inflammation such as asthma, arthritis and gout – but not rare kidney disease Nial Wheate, BPharm Coordinator and Senior Lecturer, University of Sydney Methylprednisolone is a prescription drug used to treat conditions involving inflammation, like asthma, arthritis, gout, tendinitis, transplant rejection, allergic reactions, and the skin conditions eczema and

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