JointHealth™ express   September 1, 2009

What affects more British Columbians than heart disease, cancer, or diabetes?

It's arthritis.

Arthritis affects 1 in 6 British Columbians. That's over 600,000 people in BC of all ages - from children to grandparents.

During National Arthritis Month this September, the arthritis community, led by Arthritis Consumer Experts, is taking arthritis "on the road" to raise awareness and to change British Columbians' perception about the effects arthritis has on our communities, our families, and our lives with the "Where is arthritis?" tour.

We would like to invite you to an informative two-hour workshop about arthritis to answer your questions, provide new information to help you manage your arthritis better, and offer the opportunity to talk to a rheumatologist or arthritis specialist.

As part of the tour, Arthritis Consumer Experts will discuss arthritis issues in BC, including prevention, awareness, equitable care, and education.

Where is arthritis? It's all around you. Please join us at this upcoming workshop to find out more about arthritis and related issues.

WHAT: Where is arthritis? public workshop
WHO: Dr. Diane Lacaille, rheumatologist
WHERE: Northern Interior Health Unit Auditorium, 1444 Edmonton St., Prince George
WHEN: 7 p.m. - 9 p.m., September 3, 2009

Please RSVP your attendance by : registering here

There is no charge for this public arthritis workshop.

For information about the "Where is arthritis?" tour, please visit our web site at:

Also, please find us on Facebook by clicking on the Facebook badge on the tour website - become a fan.

Thank you,

Arthritis Consumer Experts
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