JointHealth™ express   November 15, 2007

ACE is speaking out on behalf of people living with ankylosing spondylitis in Saskatchewan. The government of Saskatchewan has declined to list any of the three biologic response modifiers approved by Health Canada to treat ankylosing spondylitis. Yesterday Cheryl Koehn, the president of ACE, held a press conference to bring attention to the issue of discrimination against people living with ankylosing spondylitis, and all forms of arthritis in Canada.

Please click here to read and listen to press coverage of this event.

Once you have gone through this vitally important information, we urge you to help us stand up for the people in Saskatchewan who live with ankylosing spondlyitis and are being denied the best treatments available. Here is how you can you help: Please remember that, no matter where you live in Canada, we are in this together. We must stand united to fight discrimination against people with arthritis.