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Prescription Drugs Used in the Treatment of Scleroderma

The following is a list provided by Dr. Philip Clements, a scleroderma researcher at the University of California, Los Angeles, during a presentation in Sacramento, Ca. on May 31st, 2003.

Pulmonary Antisecretory Agents

Pro-Mobility Agents

 Antibiotics (for suppression of diarrhea)


 Active Aleveolitis

 Investigational Anti-Fibrotics

 Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs

The drug successfully used by Dusty during her illness is, Plaquenil. (hydroxychloroquine)

The following are different medications that have frequently been mentioned by conversations between Dusty and those afflicted with Scleroderma. They were either currently taking these medications or had in the past.

Disclaimer – The above-mentioned list is strictly a compilation for information purposes only. Any questions that you might have regarding these medications should be discussed with your medical doctor. By publishing this information, Dusty’s Place is not endorsing any of these medications.
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