Forty-six million Americans suffer from some form of arthritis. So far, treatments are limited, but there is hope. This week one of the nation's leading researchers into autoimmune diseases explains how new discoveries are leading to better, more individualized care. Joan Cartan-Hansen speaks with Dr. William Robinson, assistant professor of immunology and rheumatology at the Stanford School of Medicine about new developments in the research and treatment for arthritis.
Full Show: "Arthritis in the New Millennium"
Web Extra: "Interventions"