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Arthritis Research UK press releases

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New research to develop ‘urgently needed’ treatment package for patients with severe auto-immune disease

30 July 2013

A Newcastle researcher is aiming to develop an ‘urgently needed’ treatment package for people with a severe but little-known autoimmune condition that makes it difficult for sufferers to cry and to swallow.

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New research in Bristol to investigate the needs of men with rheumatoid arthritis

30 July 2013

A researcher from the University of the West of England in Bristol has been awarded new funding from medical research charity Arthritis Research UK to investigate the needs of men with rheumatoid arthritis.

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New carpal tunnel syndrome trial to investigate most effective treatment

18 July 2013

Researchers at Keele University have been awarded funding from Arthritis Research UK to find out more about the effectiveness of common treatments for carpal tunnel syndrome, a painful, common condition affecting trapped nerves in the hand and wrists.

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New report into people with arthritis' awareness of their rights within the NHS Constitution

11 July 2013

A report from Arthritis Research UK published today sheds new light on the awareness that people with arthritis have of their rights within the NHS Constitution, their need for information and support and their experiences of living with the pain of arthritis.

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London and Nottingham researchers awarded funding for new severe arthritis pain study

03 July 2013

Arthritis Research UK has awarded researchers at University College London (UCL) and the University of Nottingham a grant of £800,000 to develop new treatments for severe arthritis pain.The research could be of benefit to the millions of people with arthritis around the world who experience disability and distress as a result of their pain.

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Major new research centre to tackle crippling condition of rheumatoid arthritis

25 June 2013

Medical research charity Arthritis Research UK has announced a major new research centre that aims to find out more about the causes of rheumatoid arthritis.

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Simple prognostic tool for GPs could more accurately predict disease outcomes

13 June 2013

GPs could more accurately predict the likely progression of disease in patients with musculoskeletal conditions by asking them a simple set of generic questions during their very first consultation, new research funded by Arthritis Research UK has shown.

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Oxford researchers gain funding for new ankylosing spondylitis research study

12 June 2013

A team at the University of Oxford has received a grant of £160,000 from Arthritis Research UK to study the function of the genes which contribute to people developing a painful inflammatory back condition called ankylosing spondylitis.

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Researchers gain funding for new hip osteoarthritis gene study

10 June 2013

Arthritis Research UK has awarded £250,000 to a team of researchers at the University of Bristol and the University of Aberdeen to study which genes can lead to people developing painful and common osteoarthritis of the hip.

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New national research centre to reduce the risks of sports injuries

07 June 2013

On Monday (10th June) Arthritis Research UK will launch a new £3m research centre aiming to reduce the impact of sports injuries incurred by elite and recreational players and understand why some sport and exercise injuries develop into debilitating osteoarthritis in later life.

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