I Tried an Experimental Treatment for Arthritis and It's Helping Me Run Without Knee Pain

Osteoarthritis affects more than 30 million American adults. For some who have tried multiple treatments and still live in pain, platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections may be the answer. The treatment is considered experimental by insurance companies for use in the knee, but for Loree Bolin, they’re a game changer. Bolin, 62, is a nine-time IRONMAN triathlon finisher and relies on these injections to keep her running with osteoarthritis. This is her story.

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