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    Aug 30

    Impact Newsletter - September 2018 National Highlights Become an empowered patient this September during Arthritis Awareness MonthThis year, as we celebrate our 70th anniversary, the Arthritis Society will be focusing on empowering people with arthritis through education about disease self-management. Arthritis is a serious... Arthritis Society
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    Aug 17

    Physiotherapist’s anti-gravity treadmill eases injury recovery and exercise Edmonton’s first anti-gravity treadmill has arrived, allowing those with injuries or arthritis in their lower limbs, joint replacements, etc. to run virtually pain free before surgery or during rehabilitation, speeding recovery. Public
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    Apr 03

    Scientists have spent 60 years agonizing over how our knuckles crack Thankfully knuckle cracking doesn't lead to arthritis, so why do we do it?  Public
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    Apr 03

    How microgravity affects onset of the most common form of arthritis A study simulating the effects of microgravity in space that shows why astronauts are likely to experience knee problems after returning from extended missions could also give valuable insight into the progression of osteoarthritis for the rest of us here on Earth. Public
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    Dec 02

    U of A researchers break ground on printing human-like tissues for transplant patients Researchers at the University of Alberta are one step closer to printing functional human organs. CBC News
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