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Arthritis Today

Arthritis Today mazagine Winter 2015

Winter 2015

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Arthritis Research UK staff Sophie Major and Anna Cooper collecting donations at a train station

National Arthritis Week 2014 round-up

We want to thank everyone who became Pain Killers during National Arthritis Week 2014.

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Jane Whitehead and daughter Lily

Much more than child’s play

A new national arthritis treatment centre for children with arthritis - the first of its kind in the country – aims to make a big difference to the way that young patients are treated. Jane Tadman reports.

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Dr Tom Margham

Osteoarthritis: treatment beyond the prescription pad

Dr Tom Margham gives a GP view on how to live with osteoarthritis.

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Anna-Marie and her daughter

Strange name; strange condition

New research aims to shed much-needed new light on the mysterious condition that is palindromic rheumatism. Jane Tadman reports.

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Professor Alan Silman

End of an era as influential medical director steps down

Warm tributes have been paid to Arthritis Research UK’s medical director Professor Alan Silman, who is stepping down in December 2014 after eight years.

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MP George Freeman holding an ‘I’m an Arthritis Champion’ card

MPs queue up to be Arthritis Champions at our Parliamentary reception

Our Arthritis Champion campaign kicked off in style as part of our second-ever parliamentary reception.

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