It's Arthritis Awareness Month!

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From a new spokesperson to a Reddit AMA, social media campaign, Facebook contest and much more, we’re up to a lot this month.

The Arthritis Newsletter

Learn about a spouse’s take on arthritis, meet a woman with a rare form of the disease, explore the connection between youth sports injuries and early onset OA and much more!

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We're Growing!

A fourth location and seven new scientists can only mean good things for Canadians living with arthritis.

Biosimilars FAQ

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If you're living with arthritis, you probably have questions about biosimilars. We have answers.

Rheumatoid Arthritis & Strength Training

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We are recruiting for a study that will look at what helps people with RA to take up strength training activities, which have many health benefits.

It’s Arthritis Awareness Month!

Learn More

From a new spokesperson to a Reddit AMA, social media campaign, Facebook contest and much more, we’re up to a lot this month.

Learn More

Featuring Mike Reno, lead singer of Loverboy, along with an all-star band.

We're Growing!

A fourth location and seven new scientists can only mean good things for Canadians living with arthritis.

Rheumatoid Arthritis & Strength Training

Learn More

We are recruiting for a study that will look at what helps people with RA to take up strength training activities, which have many health benefits.

WHAT WE DO

Arthritis Research Canada is the largest clinical arthritis research centre in North America.

Our mission is to transform the lives of people living with arthritis through research and engagement. Led by world-renowned rheumatologist, Dr. John Esdaile, Arthritis Research Canada’s scientific team of over 100 are creating a future where people living with arthritis are empowered to triumph over pain and disability.

With centres in British Columbia, Alberta and Quebec, Arthritis Research Canada is leading research aimed at arthritis prevention, early diagnosis, better treatment, and improved quality of life.

Team Canada’s Spencer O’Brien was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis at the age of 25 and just a few months before competing at the 2014 Olympics in Sochi. Now, as Arthritis Research Canada’s spokesperson, Spencer hopes her journey dispels the myth that only older people get arthritis and inspires those with the disease to take comfort in the fact that, through arthritis research, they can find answers and get the help needed to get back on their feet and achieve a high quality of life.

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MEET THE TEAM

John Esdaile

Scientific Director, MD, MPH, FRCPC, FCAHS

Jocelyn Cruickshank

Board of Directors Chair

Shauneen Kellner

Executive Director

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