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# Arthritis

This year
Zoe Ryan: I used to be ashamed of my psoriasis, but now it's part of who I am
Zoe Ryan
The Ireland underage international living and playing in constant pain
Alannah Mitchell on her struggle with arthritis and why she has no plans to retire despite leaving Treaty United recently.
All time
Eight-time All-Ireland winner opens up about arthritis diagnosis at just 20 years of age
Arthritis: 'I am grateful for arthritis. I’m a better person than before my diagnosis'
Peter Boyd
'He doesn't really know life without pain': Mother speaks of son's battle with juvenile arthritis
'Dear Juvenile Arthritis, you took my normal life from me but you will not take my dreams away'
Niamh Costello
Irish scientist gets €2m grant to develop new treatment for arthritis, MS and Alzheimer’s disease
'Needles, doctors and hospitals have been a part of Colleen’s life for as long as she remembers'
Rachael Cahill White
Rosanna Davison is upset over 'very aggressive' criticism
Irish 'marvel molecule' treatment will help people with Alzheimer's, arthritis and MS
Expert panel on discretionary medical cards need to be 'generous and inclusive'
'Medical card review suspension means nothing to us - they already took ours away'
New treatment for most common type of arthritis could be here in 5 years
Column: “What do you mean you have arthritis? Sure you’re only a child”
Laura Hickey
Which every day vegetable can help prevent arthritis?
Debunked: Does knuckle-cracking cause arthritis?
New findings may provide relief for osteoarthritis sufferers
Seriously ill former IRA man begs for prison release