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Arthritis Today

Spring 2013 edition of Arthritis Today

Spring 2013

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Derek Fisher

Getting the most from a hip replacement

Derek Fisher, aged 77, from Newport, South Wales, shares his intensive post-operative routine

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The gout

Gout - a step closer to the elusive 'cure'

Gout, the most common form of inflammatory arthritis, is supposedly easy to treat. But a new study shows that misconceptions of this painful condition are preventing effective treatment. Jane Tadman reports.

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Cells

Immunology research: At the heart of studying arthritis

Dr Natalie Carter looks at the vital role played by our immune systems in treating inflammatory arthritis

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Peter Draper

Too young to get osteoarthritis?

New research could reduce the high risk of osteoarthritis developing in younger people as a result of commonly-performed surgery to repair torn cartilage in the knee. Jane Tadman reports.

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