One in Ten (8%) Canadians Rank Arthritis as Disease Most Frequently Associated With Workplace Absences or Long-Term Disability

One Half (47%) of Canadians Feel that Arthritis Most Impacts Patients’ Performance at Work, While Two in Five (39%) Think it Affects Home Life and One in Ten (13%) Engaging in Social Activities

Thursday, September 09, 2010

Toronto, ON - One in ten (8%) Canadians say that arthritis is the disease they most frequently associate with workplace absences, with these Canadians placing arthritis ahead of even cancer or heart conditions, according to a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted on behalf of the Arthritis Society.

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One in Ten (8%) Canadians Rank Arthritis as Disease Most Frequently Associated With Workplace Absences or Long-Term Disability

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