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The Arthritis Newsletter

Kick off the new season early with our fall newsletter. Dating tips, occupational therapy advice, exercise inspiration and so much more!

Will Power™

Do you want to support your family and #ArthritisResearch? You can do both. Help millions of Canadians triumph over arthritis now and for years to come by adding a charitable give to your Will. It’s easy!

Biosimilars Unpacked

Do you have arthritis? Are you concerned about the impact of transitioning to a biosimilar? Arthritis Research Canada’s Scientific Director, Dr. Diane Lacaille, will answer all your questions on Friday, September 29, 2023 at 12PM PT.

Featured Stories

Nadine, Natasha and Shanon are members of our Arthritis Patient Advisory Board. Read their stories.

Nadine Lalonde

The Importance of Advocating for Yourself

Natasha Trehan

Kids also have Arthritis


Shanon McQuitty

Becoming a Patient Partner


Tools & Resources

Biosimilars Education Series

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In May of 2019, British Columbia launched its Biosimilars Initiative. Since then, many provinces and territories have followed suit and patients have successfully switched from originators to covered biosimilars. The goal? To provide people with safe and effective medications and free up healthcare dollars to fund new, innovative treatments. Check out our Biosimilars Education Series for frequently asked questions, videos and other resources learn about biologics, biosimilars, transition policies and the impact on people living with inflammatory arthritis.

Arthritis Research Education Series

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The Arthritis Research Education Series was created to take an in-depth look at specific areas of arthritis research – from mental health to osteoarthritis, cardiovascular disease, quality of care and more – and present it in a user-friendly, multi-media format. Watch videos and read research, frequently asked questions and more!

Arthritis Lifestyle Management Guide

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Over 150 useful tips. Because life doesn’t end when arthritis begins. The Arthritis Lifestyle Management Guide is a compilation of many techniques used by Arthritis Patient Advisory Board members to cope with the everyday challenges faced by people living with arthritis. The information provided in this publication is only a guide. It is not intended to replace the recommendations of your health care provider(s). This guide seeks to help people with arthritis by providing alternate approaches to performing everyday tasks, approaches that can make life tasks a little easier and protect joints affected by arthritis.

My Info Library

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My Info Library is an online collection of trustworthy resources to help people live well with their arthritis and chronic conditions. My Info Library was designed especially for people who may be low-income, housing insecure, Indigenous, ethnic minorities, immigrants, refugees, or older adults. However, this resource can also be helpful for people from other communities.

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stop feeling arthritis is standing in their way.