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    Feb 01

    We're overdue for out-of-the-box thinking
    Re: These experts say there are solutions to Ontario's huge health-care backlog that go outside the norm CBC News online Jan. 31, 2022 We agree that we need to start thinking outside the box to find solutions to the problems we’re currently facing in healthcare – many of...
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    Jan 31

    People with arthritis invited to attend Canadian Arthritis Research Conference
    Focused on patient-oriented research, precision medicine, and sexual and reproductive health in arthritis the third annual Canadian Arthritis Research Conference (CARC) takes place virtually Feb. 7 and 8, 2022. Co-presented by the Arthritis Society, the Canadian Rheumatology Association and...
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    Jan 27

    Genetics team named to national top 10 list for arthritis research
    A pair of Memorial researchers have landed recognition for their innovative studies aimed at transforming the future of arthritis.Salem Werdyani, PhD student, and Dr. Guangju Zhai, professor, Discipline of Genetics, Faculty of Medicine, are included on the Arthritis Society of Canada’s list...
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    Jan 27

    Exciting research advance announced this week
    Researchers funded by the Arthritis Society have made an exciting discovery that could lead to reducing inflammation in people with arthritis. Dr. Éric Boilard and PhD student Etienne Doré of Université Laval, along with international colleagues, have discovered that a protein naturally...
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    Jan 25

    Arthritis Society announces 18 new research projects
    From looking at immigrants’ experiences with joint replacement surgery, to empowering youth with inflammatory arthritis, to improving osteoarthritis care for Canadian women, the Arthritis Society’s newly funded research projects cover a wide range of topics. Dr. Stirling Bryan of...
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    Jan 12

    Top 10 Research Advances of 2021
    Researchers coast-to-coast are fighting the fire of arthritis by thinking innovatively about the problems of arthritis – big and small – and pushing the boundaries on our understanding of the disease. Last year saw bold advances, from identifying new subtypes of osteoarthritis...
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    Jan 05

    Two knee replacements by my mid-40s
    Sharmila Sriram was just 29 years old when her knee gave out during a kickboxing class. In the weeks that followed, the inflammation in her knee spread to her ankle and then to her wrist. It would take a year before Sriram would finally have a diagnosis: seronegative rheumatoid arthritis.The...
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    Nov 24

    Arthritis Society announces inaugural Ignite Research Grants
    New projects to unlock innovative approaches to arthritis diagnosis and care  For most people, a diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis means starting on the drug methotrexate. But this medication is not a silver bullet treatment for everyone.  For about one-third of patients...
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    Nov 10

    Calling all innovators: Six million Canadians need solutions
    TORONTO - The Arthritis Society is investing in entrepreneurs to help them change the lives of people living with arthritis. Entrepreneurs are invited to pitch their idea to the Arthritis Ideator Program. Eight finalists will be selected by a panel of Canadian experts. These finalists will...
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