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    Oct 21

    Discovery of a potential new therapy for inflammatory arthritis Susan Rivers was only 10 years old when she began experiencing pain in the joints in her legs.After many years of suffering and few answers, Susan was diagnosed with ankylosing spondylitis, a painful and inflammatory form of axial spondyloarthritis (SpA), which affects one per cent to two per... University Health Network
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    Oct 12

    Arthritis Ideator Program launched The Arthritis Society is inviting entrepreneurs and ideators from across Canada to help us fight the fire of arthritis.  Are you working on solutions to improve the lives of people with arthritis? Apply to our new Arthritis Ideator Program for an opportunity to receive one of four $50... Arthritis Society
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    Oct 04

    Recommendations on a third dose of the COVID vaccine Both the National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) and the Canadian Rheumatology Association (CRA) recently released their recommendation on a third dose of the COVID-19 vaccine for individuals who are immunocompromised. The Arthritis Society supports these recommendations. In order... Arthritis Society
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    Sep 22

    It’s not just arthritis For far too long, people have been told “it’s just arthritis.” It’s time to push back against that message and the mistaken believe it isn’t serious.  Starting with Arthritis Awareness Month in September and going forward we’re getting loud as we join... Arthritis Society
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    Sep 13

    Arthritis Society announces 12 new research awards Osteoarthritis impacts more than four million Canadians and there is no cure. To extinguish the pain of osteoarthritis, we need to prevent it. PhD candidate Justin Losciale of the University of British Columbia and Arthritis Research Canada is attempting to do just that as he tests whether a... Arthritis Society
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    Sep 02

    Amherstburg youth puts spotlight on juvenile arthritis Devyn Nichols went from 20 hours of competitive gymnastics training a week to being unable to walk or hold a cup before being diagnosed with juvenile arthritis.September is Arthritis Awareness Month. Devyn is sharing her story to raise awareness. It's not just arthritis. The Windsor Star
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    Aug 30

    It’s time to extinguish arthritis  Arthritis Society marking Arthritis Awareness Month with fiery new campaign TORONTO –  In every city and town across this country Canadians of all ages are being robbed of their mobility, time with friends and family, and, in some cases, their livelihood. The fire of... Arthritis Society
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    Aug 30

    Shining blue for Arthritis Awareness Month Buildings and landmarks across Canada will be aglow in blue this week to shine a spotlight on arthritis and mark the start of Arthritis Awareness Month.  Help us build awareness about the fire of arthritis by taking a picture of yourself at your nearest landmark, sharing it on social media... Arthritis Society
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    Jul 21

    Arthritis 'life hacks' on BT Arthritis Society President and CEO Trish Barbato appeared on Breakfast Television (BT) Monday to share some useful arthritis "life hacks" for the kitchen.Most of the items featured can be purchased online or at any home improvement store.We've produced a number of Arthritis Life... Arthritis Society
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