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Study to investigate the economic benefits of musculoskeletal research to society

Arthritis research in action

A new study initiated this month by five leading research funders and institutions will estimate the health and economic benefits of UK investment in medical research into musculoskeletal conditions.

Professor John Loughlin

Researchers in £1m hunt for genes that cause osteoarthritis

The research team behind a major breakthrough in the search for genes that cause osteoarthritis have been awarded further major funding to develop their groundbreaking work.

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Budget 2015: our concerns about changes to the welfare system

We've responded with concern to announced changes to the benefits system in today's Budget, which have the potential to impact unfairly on people with arthritis.

Professor Tamar Pincus

Talking therapy shows promise for people with chronic low back pain

A form of talking therapy is a credible and promising treatment for people with chronic low back pain who also suffering from related psychological stress, new research has revealed.

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Arthritis Today Spring 2015 Number 167

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