News from Arthritis Research UK

Arthritis patients want more psychological and emotional support

Emma Dures

New Arthritis Research UK-funded research has found a high demand for help to cope with the social and emotional implications of inflammatory arthritis. The study found that patients need more support to deal with the impact of long term pain and tiredness.

Professor Ele Zeggini

Legacy Giving team host an update event for supporters

Arthritis Research UK Legacy Giving team visited Ely to update supporters on a research project funded entirely by charitable donations.

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Researchers to look at bone changes in osteoarthritis

Arthritis Research UK is funding a new study at the University of Edinburgh that offers new hope by preventing the painful excessive bone thickening often seen in the joints of people with osteoarthritis.

Professor Alan Silman speaking at the Arthritis Research UK Fellows' Meeting 2014

Arthritis Research UK celebrate fellowship holders

The work of past and present fellowship award holders was celebrated recently at the Arthritis Research UK Annual Fellows' Meeting, held on 19–20 March.

Personal health budgets - Arthritis Research UK reports

Personal Health Budgets - perspectives from people with arthritis and other musculoskeletal conditions

A new report from Arthritis Research UK calls for the needs of people with arthritis and other musculoskeletal conditions to be taken into account.

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