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Arthritis news

The latest news on exceptional science and other developments to help people push back the ways arthritis limits their lives.

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Men and women with rheumatoid arthritis 'may need different types of support'

14 June 2018

A recent UK study has highlighted how many men with rheumatoid arthritis are struggling to cope with their condition, while also revealing the kind of support that suits them best.

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Study finds no link between gout and risk of broken bones

22 May 2018

A study funded by NIHR has shown that gout does not increase a person's risk of bone fractures.

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Study shows historical differences in outcomes for people with arthritis

03 May 2018

People diagnosed with inflammatory arthritis now may have better outcomes than those diagnosed in the past.

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New study to explore personalised care for people with shoulder pain

03 May 2018

Arthritis Research UK is supporting research to develop new personalised approaches to treating shoulder pain.

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Low back pain sufferers 'often receiving inappropriate care'

06 April 2018

New research has highlighted a recurring problem of inappropriate treatment for lower back pain around the world.

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New formulation of ibuprofen shows benefits in treating joint pain

27 March 2018

A new formulation of the pain relief drug ibuprofen has been shown to offer proven benefits in the treatment of joint pain.

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Study shows potential of imaging methods for systemic sclerosis-related Raynaud's phenomenon

22 March 2018

An Arthritis Research UK study has highlighted the benefits of two methods that could be used to measure systemic sclerosis-related Raynaud's phenomenon in future clinical trials.

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New study demonstrates no benefit to off-label hand osteoarthritis therapy

22 February 2018

An Arthritis Research UK-funded study has shown there is no benefit to taking hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for hand osteoarthritis.

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Cartilage cell transplantation procedure for arthritis approved by NHS

19 February 2018

A cartilage cell transplantation procedure for the treatment of arthritis has been approved for use across the NHS, thanks to a growing body of research supporting its effectiveness.

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Fibre-rich foods 'may help protect against joint diseases and improve bone health'

22 January 2018

A fibre-rich diet can have a positive influence on chronic inflammatory joint diseases, according to new research.

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