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    Feb 06

    Quebec adds Erelzi™ (etanercept) to provincial drug plans for the treatment of multiple inflammatory diseases Quebec is the most recent province to have added Erelzi to its formulary of exception drugs covered by the province's Public Prescription Drug Insurance Plan for the treatment of multiple inflammatory diseases. Newswire.ca
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    Feb 02

    New joints for arthritis sufferers among U of T research projects receiving Connaught Innovation Award support For millions of Canadians with hands gnarled by arthritis, a promising new treatment could see their diseased joints replaced with new tissue-engineered joints developed at the University of Toronto. Arthritis Society
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    Feb 01

    Impact Newsletter - February 2018 National Highlights More funding pledged towards Stop Childhood ArthritisThe Arthritis Society announced earlier this month our position as contributing partner in Genome Canada’s announcement of $10 million in new funding to accelerate research into personalized medicine for childhood... Arthritis Society
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    Feb 01

    Canadian Olympic snowboarder Spencer O’Brien has some new tricks Her dreams were nearly dashed by a diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis in 2013 but Spencer O'Brien is back and going for gold.  Digital Journal
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    Feb 01

    Demand for medical cannabis growing among arthritis patients More and more Canadians are wanting to learn about medical cannabis - and we're here to answer their questions.  Digital Journal
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    Jan 31

    Study finds bacteria in milk linked to rheumatoid arthritis A strain of bacteria commonly found in milk and beef may be a trigger for developing rheumatoid arthritis in people who are genetically at risk, according to a new study from the University of Central Florida. US News
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    Jan 29

    Rising arthritis population led to 'huge increase' in economic burden Despite the current stability in average annual health care expenditures, the increase in the number of patients with arthritis has led to a “huge increase” in the economic burden on the United States health care system in recent years, according to findings published in the ... US News
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    Jan 29

    Hormone changes caused by the menopause make rheumatoid arthritis symptoms worse A new study suggests arthritis symptoms can be less severe in women who have chosen hormone replacement therapy or previously had children. Daily Mail
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    Jan 23

    Millions of arthritis sufferers given new hope by miracle gene therapy jab injected straight into painful joints US has just given the go-ahead for human trials on a gene therapy to treat osteo-arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis - while are already using it on humans. Mirror
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