Arthritis affects some women in the prime of their lives - The Georgia Straight

September 12, 2019

Pain has taken much away from Eileen Davidson.

 

“A lot of things that I used to love to do, like go out dancing and wear high heels, I definitely cannot do now,” she said in a phone interview with the Georgia Straight.

 

The Burnaby woman was 29 when she was diagnosed with arthritis, a disorder that affects joints and connective tissues.

 

 

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