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Last year, donors invested over $4 million in cutting-edge arthritis research. Let’s make 2019 another remarkable year in the fight against arthritis.

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Overcoming Fatigue

Learn about arthritis-related fatigue and positive changes you can make to find more energy in your day.

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Arthritis-related fatigue is more than being tired

You can take steps to help manage it

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Introducing flourish

Content to help you move through life with arthritis

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Celebrating Trailblazing Women in Arthritis

Join us as we celebrate our 70th anniversary, trailblazing women in arthritis and special honoree Dr. Claire Bombardier.

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What is Arthritis?

Arthritis is a collection of conditions affecting joints and other tissues. It causes pain, restricts mobility and diminishes quality of life.

It's serious. 1 in 5 Canadians live every day with arthritis and there is no cure.

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How We Help

Research

Investments in research seek to understand the causes, realize innovations that improve quality of life and discover a cure.

Advocacy

Understanding needs of people affected by arthritis and identifying gaps that are important to champion for change.

Solutions

Providing patient-centric, evidenced-based information and resources to empower people affected by arthritis.

Thank you for giving.
Your generosity puts us closer to a world where people are free from the devastating effects that arthritis has on lives.

Arthritis. Give before it takes.

 

Live Better with Arthritis

Essential tips and guidance for moving through life with arthritis.

Latest News

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Jan 31

Cannabis money opens new opportunities, and ethical dilemmas, for medical research Raising questions about whether it is appropriate for health-focused charities and researchers to work with companies selling a product that is smoked. Public
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Jan 27

Loneliness can be a big factor in getting good nutrition, experts say Aside from financial hurdles, seniors may have mobility and health issues preventing them from grocery shopping, or visually determining whether a piece of fruit is fresh or rotten, experts say. National Post
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Jan 18

Repeated pain makes men more sensitive — but not women A new study by Canadian researchers has found that men and women remember pain differently and that the memory of earlier pain makes men hypersensitive to later pain, but not women. CBC Radio Canada

Upcoming Events

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Trailblazing Women in Arthritis Toronto, ON
Feb 23
6:00 PM
Feb23
6:00 PM

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Arthritis Connects Symposium Burnaby, BC
Feb 23
6:00 PM
Feb23
6:00 PM

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Arthritis Connects Symposium

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