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Arthritis Research Canada’s 2024 ARThritis Soirée will take place on Thursday, May 23rd at 7 p.m. at the Paradox Hotel Vancouver. Join co-hosts Coleen Christie and Fred Lee for an elegant cocktail reception to benefit life-changing arthritis research. Get your early bird tickets today!

Arthritis 25 Years of Arthritis Research

From a team of three to the largest clinical arthritis research institution in North America, discover Arthritis Research Canada’s history of finding answers and helping people living with arthritis thrive. 

Arthritis and Women's Health: What You Need to Know

Over six million Canadians live with some form of arthritis. Nearly 60 per cent of those people are women. Arthritis Research Canada’s Drs. Neda Amiri and Mary De Vera talk monthly hormone changes, birth control, pregnancy, menopause, medication safety and cervical cancer risk. 

Keeping Track: Life with Arthritis

Do you want to understand how your daily activities, diet and medications impact your arthritis? Tracking may be the answer. Learn more about this important topic in Episode 13 of the Arthritis Research Education Series.

Patients Play Key Role in Arthritis Research

“The patient voice is powerful in getting research teams to think about what is most relevant in terms of helping solve the practical, day-to-day issues caused by arthritis,” said Arthritis Research Canada’s Dr. Catherine Backman. Discover why patient partners are essential to our research.

Arthritis Research Canada thanks the following members of our Arthritis Patient Advisory Board for contributing to this issue of the newsletter:  Nikki Bhatti, Eileen Davidson, Christine Graveline, Alison Hoens, Nadine Lalonde, Sandra Oliver, Chris Pudlak and Charlotte Ryder-Burbidge. We are grateful to all our patient partners who share their lived experiences to help others.