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The mission of the Arthritis Foundation is to improve lives through leadership in the prevention, control and cure of arthritis and related diseases.
Dear eHEADLINES readers,
Our fight against the unacceptable pain and disability of arthritis is relentless. This year we made a difference in the lives of tens of thousands of adults and children with arthritis through research, advocacy and patient education and programs. Our success directly stems from your generous support and commitment to our mission.
We salute and thank you for moving with us at the Arthritis Walks or the California Coast Classic Bike Tour, enjoying a massage or facial on the Massage Envy's " Healing Hands for Arthritis" day, or participating in the many programs in your community. Thanks to your support, the "Commitment to a Cure" Awards Gala in Beverly Hills, honoring acclaimed actor, producer and humanitarian, Mr. Danny Glover, was a huge success. We look forward to fun and festive Jingle Bell Run/Walk events in December and invite you to join us!
Heartfelt thanks for your support of the Foundation and the millions we serve. We wish you and your loved ones a joyous holiday season and good health and happiness in 2013.
|E. Robert Harris, M.D.
Two Arthritis Foundation grants were recently awarded to researchers to improve lives and find a cure for arthritis. Congratulations to Suzanne Kafaja, M.D. and Zejin Zhu, M.D. from the University of California, Los Angeles. Learn more about the Foundation's research programs. Read the latest Research Update newsletter.
Arthritis in PrimeTime Symposium
Young adults with arthritis gathered at the 3rd annual Arthritis in PrimeTime symposium on October 20 at the Long Beach Renaissance Hotel in Long Beach, CA. More than 100 young adults enjoyed educational seminars on dating, parenting, communication and more, as well as an opportunity to share their experiences with others.
Nearly 300 youth and teens with arthritis and related diseases enjoyed a life-changing experience at four medically-supervised summer camps in Arizona, California and Hawaii. Campers enjoyed the great outdoors while building self-esteem and lifelong friendships. Join the fun.
New online programs are now offered to help you manage arthritis pain and enjoy a healthier lifestyle:
During Advocacy Month in August, volunteers throughout the Region visited with elected officials to create awareness and support of issues impacting people with arthritis. You can help by raising your hand against arthritis. Sign up
to be an e-advocate.
|WALK OR RUN WITH US!|
Thousands of supporters walked for a cure and raised nearly $2 million to fund vital research and programs for millions of adults and children in Arizona, Greater California, Hawaii and Nevada.
Visit Let's Move Together for information on next year's
Get in the holiday spirit this December by running or walking in the Jingle Bell 5K Run/Walk® for arthritis. Don a holiday-themed costume, tie jingle bells to your shoelaces, and take off for a fun and festive run in Los Angeles, Orange County, or San Diego, California.
|NEW WAYS TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE TODAY|
Take a survey and turn your opinions into dollars that support Arthritis Foundation research, programs and services! Join the Change Brigade, the new way to make a difference for those with arthritis. Change someone's life today.
Hope through Heroes
Honor the life or memory of a friend or loved one who has touched your life through the Hope Through Heroes program.
Join the Arthritis Foundation
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Leave the Legacy of a Lifetime
Meet your financial, tax and estate planning goals while providing vital funding for arthritis research and patient services through a planned gift.
|NEW PUBLICATIONS FROM THE FOUNDATION|
Stay informed with the latest publications from the Arthritis Foundation.
The 2011 Arthritis Foundation Annual Report presents a sampling of the inspirational voices of those with arthritis, their family and friends.
The ground-breaking Environmental and Policy Strategies to Increase Physical Activity Among Adults with Arthritis explores policy changes needed within six sectors to promote physical activity for individuals with arthritis. Learn more.
|HEALTH AND WELLNESS CENTER|
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