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Angela Mullally

A diagnostic challenge

Some types of arthritis appear to defy logic and provide a serious challenge to the diagnostic skills of the medical profession. Sjögren’s syndrome is one of those. Jane Tadman reports on a new clinical trial that could help sufferers of this curious condition.

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Canadian Red Cross

Back to the future

In 2011 Arthritis Research UK celebrates its 75th anniversary. Jane Tadman looks back to 1936, the year the charity was founded, and at how, largely through its work, treatment of arthritis has changed beyond recognition.

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Lupus diagnosis

Lupus: what do people just diagnosed really want to know

Being diagnosed with lupus can be frightening if not handled properly. Arthritis Research UK’s new information booklet will be based very much on what patients have told us they want to know. Jane Tadman reports.

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Taking the pain out of sport

As the traditional New Year rush to the gym gets under way, Arthritis Research UK has launched a new campaign to find out more about the extent to which injury can stop people keeping fit. Arthritis Today reports.

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Professor Elaine Hay and Professor Danielle van der Windt

Focus on Keele - Primary focus

The very latest from our first centre of excellence – the Arthritis Research UK Primary Care Centre.

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