The Arthritis Newsletter

Winter 2015

Every dollar you give brings us two steps closer

Arthritis Research Canada thanks Kelly Barber for sharing his story

 

There are no breaks and no days off for people living with arthritis.

 

Arthritis Research Canada is grateful to our donors who understand the daily struggle for people living with chronic pain. We know that you understand the importance of finding answers-answers that will give hope for people living with arthritis. That hope can start with YOU!

 

Kelly Barber, a retired firefighter, was diagnosed with osteoarthritis at the young age of 49. There were no medications or procedures that could repair the damage to Kelly’s joints; surgery to replace both hips was the only way to reduce his pain and gain back his mobility.

 

In the video (link below), Kelly shares his story because he sees arthritis as an invisible disease and wants to change that.

 

Kelly wants to build awareness so that together we can prevent arthritis and improve treatment for those living with arthritis. This is why your support of Arthritis Research Canada is so important.

 

For people like Kelly, and anyone in your life that may suffer from arthritis, research is the key to the prevention and treatment of the more than 100 forms of this disease.

 

Please consider making a donation today. Your support will help bring us closer to a world where research ­based tools and knowledge will empower people like Kelly to triumph over pain and disability. Any amount you choose to give will help.

 

Your support for arthritis research is key to finding answers and saving lives. We can’t do it without you!

 

Please make the most generous gift you can to continue transforming lives.

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