JointHealth™ express December 30, 2009
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|December 30, 2009|
The “Arthritis is cured! (if you want it)” national awareness program along with the arthritis community is “hitting the street” to debunk myths and change Canadians’ perceptions of the effects arthritis has on our communities, our families, and our lives.
Arthritis Consumer Experts and The Arthritis Society, with the advice and support of Canada’s arthritis community, launched a 12-month national arthritis awareness program across Canada in the fall of 2009. This national program is composed of two phases:
Arthritis Consumer Experts and The Arthritis Society encourage you, your family members, friends and colleagues to participate on the Ottawa “Arthritis is cured! (if you want it)” Ambassador Teams. Your support is essential.
Please help us out by:
Here is the Ambassador Teams schedule for Ottawa:
January 26, 27, or 28
Shift #1: 7:30 am – 9:30 am
Shift #2: 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
If you, your family, friends or colleagues are interested in helping us spread the word about arthritis and in meaningfully supporting the nearly 4.5 million adult Canadians living with the disease, please email us at ambassadors@ArthritisIsCured.org and we will get back to you with further information and to confirm your participation.
If you have any questions, please contact either Cheryl Koehn (Arthritis Consumer Experts) or Lynn Moore (The Arthritis Society) at info@ArthritisIsCured.org.
Cheryl Koehn, Arthritis Consumer Experts
Lynn Moore, The Arthritis Society
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The information contained in this email is not medical advice. Arthritis Consumer Experts offers evidence-based information and support to help you better understand your form of arthritis, as well as to help you talk to your own rheumatologist and family physician about your symptoms and general health. Always seek the expert advice of your rheumatologist or other health care professional before making changes or additions to your treatment plan.
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