There is no cure for arthritis – a painful and devastating disease - that is why I am participating in the Walk for Arthritis.
I was first diagnosed with RA(Rhumathoid Arthritis), when I was 5 years old, and it's no fun not being able to go out and play like other kids. Years of suffering and pain.
Today, more than 6 million Canadians are affected by arthritis. These numbers are only going to increase. By 2035, 1 in 4 Canadians will have arthritis. That means you or your wife, your mother, your Son or Daughter or your brother just may have arthritis.
As the prevalence of arthritis increases, so does the demand for investment into cutting-edge research, proactive advocacy and innovative information and support that will deliver better health outcomes for people affected by arthritis.
This year the Walk for Arthritis is celebrating its 10th year - help make this the best year ever by joining the Walk for Arthritis community and supporting this important cause!
I try to conquer mine by putting one foot in front of the other, moving forward, for those that can't.
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