September is Arthritis Awareness Month! Discover how research is helping people break down the barriers caused by arthritis to live fulfilling lives, despite chronic illness.
Virani Family Takes Steps to Secure the Future of Arthritis Research
The Amir and Yasmin Virani Family Foundation has donated $250,000 to help launch the Dr. John Esdaile Professorship in Arthritis Research Campaign to raise $2.5 million. Learn more about the foundation and what prompted this generous gift that will benefit people living with arthritis.
Top Tips for Dating with Chronic Illness
Love and connection are possible for people living with arthritis. We’ve got advice for navigating the murky waters of the dating world and relationships without stressing or sacrificing overall health.
Over four years have passed since British Columbia announced its biosimilars transition policy. Since then, seven provinces and two territories have followed suit. Discover what this means for people living with arthritis in the latest episode of the Arthritis Research Education Series.
Occupational Therapy for Everyday Life with Arthritis
Recently diagnosed with arthritis? Feel like you’re operating a new piece of machinery without the manual? Occupational therapists can be an excellent resource for navigating work and everyday life in your “new body.”
Movement as Medicine
Exercise plays an important role in living well with arthritis – especially when it comes to reducing pain and improving mobility. Learn about one woman’s inspiring fitness journey and discover a unique strength training toolkit.
Remembering Pat Carney
The Board of Directors and all the staff of Arthritis Research Canada wish to express our deepest condolences to the family and friends of the Honourable Pat Carney who died at home on July 25th. Pat was a fierce advocate for arthritis and an unwavering champion of Arthritis Research Canada.
Arthritis Research Canada thanks the following members of our Arthritis Patient Advisory Board for contributing to this issue of the newsletter: Eileen Davidson and Annette McKinnon. We are grateful to all our patient partners who share their lived experiences to help others.