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Cognitive-behavioral coping skills training has positive effects on rheumatoid arthritis

Two psychological interventions have been separately and in combination been studied to determine their effectiveness in offering relief to RA patients. Cognitive-behavioral coping skills training trains patients in various cognitive and behavioral techniques or skills to enhance their ability to cope with pain and improve their behavioral and psychological functioning.
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