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Grappling With Gout
Martin Cheer has suffered some serious injuries in his life but says the pain from gout arthritis “has got to be the worst”.
Cancellation of national camps in 2022
Both our Teens camp in January and the Family camp in February have been cancelled. Please read for more information.
Dillon Scholarship Applications Now Open
The scholarship provides financial assistance to people with significant physical or intellectual disabilities in the Bay of Plenty who intend to pursue tertiary education.
Tackling an 800km eBike adventure with ankylosing spondylitis
Tama would appreciate it if followers of his journey could acknowledge the valuable work Arthritis New Zealand does by donating to his Donorbox page
My arthritis has helped me build resilience
Lucy’s new diagnosis is Seronegative Undifferentiated Spondyarthropathy, which is a type of inflammatory arthritis.
Finding an ear of someone who ‘gets it’ makes a difference
Finding the ear of someone who does get it makes a massive difference to the lives of arthritis sufferers.
AGM 2021 to be held online
The Arthritis New Zealand Annual General Meeting 2021
Lots of firsts for Gabby at camp
There were lots of firsts for Gabby Shepherd at this year’s Arthritis Teens Camp at El Rancho on the Kapiti Coast.
Rheumatoid Arthritis, more than just stiff joints and pain
Cliff's advice to partners of people with Arthritis is to accept, acknowledge, help, support, understand, love and listen.
Grieving the things you’ve lost as a family
When you live with arthritis, your family lives with it too as they grieve the things they’ve lost as a family.
Jeremy Corbett: Taking comedy on the chin for gout arthritis sufferers everywhere
Leading funny-man and TV presenter Jeremy Corbett says colleagues often tease him for having gout arthritis. You ...
Arthritis New Zealand urges people with arthritis to be vaccinated against COVID-19
Arthritis New Zealand is urging all people who have any form of arthritis to become vaccinated as soon as they can.
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