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Cortisone injections for hip and knee pain can be riskier than previously believed, study says

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7 months ago
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News a new study shows corticosteroid injections a and a hip or knee which are often given to help with joint pain may do more harm than good a study for the Boston University school of medicine says the injections could speed up the process of arthritis or cause further joint problems which could cause someone to need a hip or knee