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    Mar 07

    Opioids no better for chronic pain than over-the-counter drugs A recent study of patients with stubborn back aches or hip or knee arthritis, opioids worked no better than over-the-counter drugs or other nonopioids at reducing problems with walking or sleeping. CTV News
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    Mar 06

    Promising New Findings on Using Biologic Drugs Before and During Pregnancy New research from British Columbia suggests that biologics are safe to use before and during pregnancy to treat automimune diseases, such as arthritis.  Newswire.ca
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    Feb 28

    Reality check: Can arthritis be treated with insect venom? Our Chief Science Officer weighs in on an emerging "ancient" trend of treating arthritis with insect venom.  Public
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    Feb 28

    Liberals take first step towards universal pharmacare The 2018 Budget unveils a plan for the first steps toward universal pharmacare.  CTV News
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    Feb 26

    A painful road Coping with the aches of juvenile arthritis can be a lonely battle for kids. Winnipeg Free Press
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    Feb 21

    The big surprise of cannabis legalization might be the size of the low dose market Some consumers may not be looking for a psychoactive effect at all, but a low-dose way of blunting chronic pain or anxiety. Public
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    Feb 20

    Sun Life Financial to add medical marijuana option to group benefits plans Sun Life says the coverage will be available for specific conditions and symptoms including cancer-related nausea, rheumatoid arthritis pain and palliative care National Post
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    Feb 08

    Scientists take aim at joint injuries that can trigger arthritis New research is focussing on repairing joints before permanent damage sets in.  CTV News
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    Feb 08

    Ceramic implant may be the next hip thing Promising new technology for hip replacements could mean a more active lifestyle post-surgery.  US News
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