News from Arthritis Research UK

Surgery to repair severe heel fractures is ineffective

A man having his ankle strapped up

Commonly performed surgery to mend severe heel fractures is no more effective than non-surgical treatment, according to the results of an Arthritis Research UK-funded clinical trial.

Professor Paul Emery with a plastic joint

Investigation of ‘devastating’ palindromic rheumatism

A leading Leeds-based arthritis expert has won funding from Arthritis Research UK to investigate a ‘devastating’ but poorly-understood form of the condition.

A line drawing of people in a playground

New public health report launched

Arthritis Research UK has launched its ground-breaking public health report with a breakfast briefing at the Royal Society for Public Health.

Lord Lewis of Newnham

Tribute paid to late Arthritis Research UK president

Chief executive of Arthritis Research UK, Dr Liam O’Toole, has paid tribute to the charity’s former president, Lord Lewis of Newnham, who has died at the age of 86.

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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