Key line from that link: "The study was not a clinical trial, and that is its main limitation, Azar pointed out: The patients' complications cannot be definitively attributed to corticosteroids."
Sounds like a true clinical trial is needed.
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I have arthritis in my knee. I had 1 steroid injection. It didn't do a thing. So, I stay active, make decent food choices and had physical therapy once. That really helped but was too expensive for me to continue.