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Childhood Arthritis Month: Arthritis Society Leads Call for Easier Access to Therapy for Childhood Arthritis

For Canadian children living with particular forms of arthritis, a simple corticosteroid injection can help manage their pain and prevent joint damage. But accessing the drug for their patients requires Canada’s paediatric rheumatologists to engage in a complex and unreliable process that takes time away from seeing patients.

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Childhood Arthritis Month: Arthritis Society Plans Camps And Family Days Across Canada By 2015

To mark the beginning of Childhood Arthritis Month, The Arthritis Society announced today that it will create a summer camp or family day in every province by 2015. These events, available now in some provinces, help children and families facing arthritis connect with one another and create a sense of community.

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