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Sodium aurothiomalate (gold sodium thiomalate) is an organogold compound used for its antirheumatic effects to treat rheumatoid arthritis. In the United Kingdom only this intramuscular injection drug and the orally taken Auranofin are used medically.
Additional recommended knowledge
In popular culture
This compound appeared in the House, M.D. episode “Clueless,” wherein it was used by a patient’s wife to poison him.
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