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Donations are used to support our research efforts to advance our understanding of chronic inflammatory diseases, to identify new drugs targets, and to develop new therapeutics. If you would like to learn more about opportunities to support our work, please visit the Baylor College of Medicine Ways to Give site.

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Dr. Christine Beeton, associate professor of molecular physiology and biophysics, is joined by a special guest to demonstrate the importance of scientists and researchers talking with others about their work.

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Scorpion venom component may one day treat rheumatoid arthritis

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According to researchers in the Beeton lab at Baylor College of Medicine, the scorpion venom component, iberiotoxin, which can reduce the severity of rheumatoid arthritis, may be used as a treatment in the future.

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Dr. Beeton's interview the Arthritis National Research Foundation.

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Dr. Beeton's interview the Arthritis National Research Foundation.