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    Jan 26

    Arthritis Society Canada announces 7 new appointments to Board of Directors
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEArthritis Society Canada, Canada’s national charity dedicated to extinguishing arthritis, is pleased to announce the appointment of seven outstanding new members to its Board of Directors.Joining the Board of Directors are:Jeffrey Brown Chief...
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    Jan 23

    Your aching joints are telling you something
    New campaign urges Canadians to take action now Early diagnosis and treatment of arthritis are critical to minimizing the impact of joint damage and disability. Yet research suggests there could be as many Canadians living with undiagnosed arthritis as there are people who have a diagnosis...
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    Jan 18

    Unlocking potential with 8 new arthritis research projects
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Arthritis Society Canada is committed to unlocking the most powerful solutions to Canada’s most common chronic condition. Today, we announce the recipients of eight grants and awards that will help build careers and push boundaries in arthritis research.  ...
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    Jan 16

    Arthritis Society Canada welcomes Ontario plan to reduce wait times
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Arthritis Society Canada supports the Ontario government’s announcement made earlier today: Ontario Reducing Wait Times for Surgeries and Procedures. A recent report from the Ontario Medical Association (OMA) indicates that it could take up to three years to clear the...
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    Jan 11

    Top 10 arthritis research advances of 2022
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Arthritis researchers across Canada continue to bring us closer to a future where arthritis is extinguished.  In 2022, Arthritis Society Canada funding led to exciting advances, for example, in understanding the connection between gut bacteria and arthritis and...
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    Jan 10

    Arthritis Society Canada joins Clinical Trials Quebec’s project
    Arthritis Society Canada is proud to announce that it has joined Clinical Trials Quebec’s Personalized Support Service pilot project. This support service, developed by Clinical Trials Quebec and powered by CATALIS Quebec, offers patients of all ages and medical conditions, as well as...
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    Dec 20

    Arthritis Society Canada supports Ontario’s transition to biosimilars
    Arthritis Society Canada supports the Ontario government’s announcement made earlier today: Ontario Expanding Safe Use of Biosimilars. The announcement makes Ontario the eighth jurisdiction in Canada to transition patients to biosimilars medications. “Arthritis Society Canada...
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    Dec 14

    New medical imaging technology may transform osteoarthritis assessment
    Osteoarthritis of the shoulder is a growing problem among older adults. It is gradual, painful and leads to a loss of motion over the months and years. Dr. Nikolas Knowles is studying a new imaging technology to assess shoulder osteoarthritis. Called dual-energy computed tomography (DECT), it can...
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    Dec 13

    Arthritis Society Canada awards funding to nine cutting-edge research projects
    For immediate release Innovations in surgery. Possible new drug targets. A tool to help youth manage their arthritis. These are among the nine promising research projects awarded funding today from Arthritis Society Canada for their potential to improve our ability to prevent, diagnose...
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