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Arthritis Research Public Forum Returns for 13th Year

            Vancouver, BC – Leading research scientists will present...
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How much extra time do people with certain systemic autoimmune rheumatic diseases (SARDs) lose from paid and unpaid work, and what are the costs?

Scientific Study Title Excess Productivity Costs of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus, Systemic...
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Call for research participants: Exploring the health benefits of everyday activities for people with inflammatory arthritis

We are recruiting individuals with and without inflammatory arthritis for a study that will...
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Lupus: A hidden financial burden on health care

A new study by Arthritis Research Canada has revealed that lupus – an autoimmune disease – places...
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New study holds hope for osteoarthritis prevention

Arthritis Research Canada scientist Dr. Jolanda Cibere has secured a grant to conduct research...
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Diagnosing knee osteoarthritis with Leslie Nielsen

Do you experience knee pain? You might have osteoarthritis - a form of arthritis that affects an estimated five million Canadians. Three simple knee exam tests can help diagnose osteoarthritis even when a patient's x-rays are normal. Watch Dr. Jolanda Cibere and the...

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Pharmacists can help identify osteoarthritis

Doctors don’t always have to be the ones to diagnose arthritis in patients. In fact, pharmacists are uniquely positioned to identify and help with therapy for people who have chronic conditions like osteoarthritis. Many people with knee pain do not receive optimal...

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Employment and Arthritis: Making it Work

We are looking for individuals with osteoarthritis who are concerned that arthritis is or may eventually affect their ability to work.   Purpose of the study: Making it Work is an online program we developed for people with inflammatory arthritis to help them...

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The Importance of Weight Management

  As found in Dr. Jolanda Cibere's recent research, there is a link between obesity and developing knee osteoarthritis due to inflammation. Maintaining a healthy weight and participating in exercise are two key tools that can decrease risk. Manage your weight...

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