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    Jan 23

    Arthritis Society joins Genome Canada to invest in research to Stop Childhood Arthritis The Arthritis Society is very proud to be joining Genome Canada’s announcement today of $10 million in new funding to accelerate research into personalized medicine for childhood arthritis.As the only charity contributing to this initiative, the Arthritis Society will invest $1 million... Arthritis Society
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    Jan 22

    Chronic pain patients suffering because some doctors too fearful to prescribe opioids Medical regulator says it's aware of issue and urges patients and doctors to get help or advice CBC News
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    Jan 19

    Son's struggle with arthritis motivates Regina-area mom to help others Regina-area mom Janine Rozon knows first-hand the challenges that come with caring for a sick child and it's why she now wants to reach out and help other parents cope. CBC News
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    Jan 12

    Legal pot won't slow market for medical marijuana: advocate Medical marijuana advocates say the number of patients using medical cannabis will continue to grow even when the drug becomes legal for recreational use. CBC News
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    Jan 09

    Ontario has added Erelzi™ (etanercept) to public drug plan for the treatment of multiple inflammatory diseases Erelzi has been added to public drug plan based on specific criteria in Ontario for the treatment of moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis and for reducing signs and symptoms of active ankylosing spondylitis. Canadian Insider
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    Dec 29

    Outreach workshops benefit arthritis sufferers More people suffering from arthritis will learn how to live well with the disease thanks to funding that will enable the Arthritis Society to offer outreach services in southern Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands. Times Colonist
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    Dec 11

    Children born to women with rheumatoid arthritis have increased risk for chronic diseases New research reveals that children born to women with rheumatoid arthritis face an increased susceptibility for certain chronic diseases.  News Medical
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    Dec 06

    Canada's pharmacists call for full population drug coverage, enhanced care CPhA presented a plan that will allow governments to provide universal drug coverage to all Canadians. Canadian Pharmacists Association
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    Dec 04

    Impact Newsletter - December 2017  National HighlightsOur most successful Walk to date and a new brand identity help us wrap up 2017 on a high note! Arthritis Society unveils new vision, mission and visual identityLast month, the Arthritis Society announced a new brand. Our newly changed mission will see a focus to invest... Arthritis Society
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