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Winter 2014

Arthritis Today

Arthritis Today Winter 2014

Winter 2014

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Sex and arthritis

Can a healthy sex life continue despite arthritis? Our guide provides some helpful advice.

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Keep moving and then keep it up

Keep moving’ is our mantra: exercise is proven to be one of the best ways of managing osteoarthritis. Arthritis Today looks at two enterprising Arthritis Research UK-funded projects that aim to bring exercise to the masses – and keep people motivated.

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The rise of 'biosimilars'

New biological therapies for inflammatory arthritis continue to flood the market. With patents for the older anti-TNF-therapies, such as infliximab, due to expire in the next couple of years, a new class of cheaper, similar drugs will become available. Catherine Watson looks at the implication of the emergence of these ‘biosimilars’.

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Football and osteoarthritis study kicks off

As our new study examines why so many ex- professional footballers end up crippled with osteoarthritis, two former players talk to Jane Tadman about their experience of injury.

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National Arthritis Week screens

Joint Effort reaps rewards

Krystyna La Roche looks back on the success of our National Arthritis Week.

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