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It is important to note that rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic disease, so it does not disappear without treatment. Its progression is persistent and involves swelling of the joints. If this is not controlled, it can damage the joints and they will no longer function properly. The course of the disease varies greatly from person to person and depends on several factors (sex, genetic factors, presence or absence of autoantibodies, etc.), but especially on whether the diagnosis and treatment have been delayed. Early diagnosis is therefore essential.