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Arthritis Today

Arthritis Today magazine cover

Summer 2009

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Kray Milnes and his mum

Arthritis in children

Read about three youngsters at different stages of the disease and the vital new research which could improve prognosis.

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Coloured xray of ankle

The end of ankle pain?

Hot on the heels of fusion surgery, ankle replacement is now becoming more commonly performed.

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Woman having blood sugar levels tested

Diabetes and arthritis: is there a connection?

Arthritis Today’s resident Dr Philip Helliwell explains the links between these two common conditions.

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Research scientist in lab coat

Back to basics: University College London

University College London holds an impressive reputation for its strong track record in translational research. A fascinating range of innovative approaches is currently yielding new insights into disease mechanisms and opening up new possibilities for therapy approaches.

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Simon Jones and Bronwen Evans

Focus on Cardiff

A ‘molecule to man’ approach is the exciting description given to Arthritis Research UK's new centre of excellence at Cardiff University, launched recently as a world leader in finding new engineering and biomechanical solutions to treating musculoskeletal disorders.

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Together we're helping to change the lives of millions of people with arthritis and funding research that benefits us all.

World-leading arthritis research centre launched in Cardiff

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A major new research centre is bringing together world-leading experts to tackle arthritis and develop new treatments for the millions of people suffering from the condition.

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