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1. Perruccio AV, Power JD, Badley EM. Revisiting arthritis prevalence projections:  it's more than just an aging of the population. Journal of Rheumatology 2006; 33: 1856-62.

2. Kopec JA, Rahman MM, Sayre EC, et al. Trends in physician-diagnosed osteoarthritis incidence in an administrative database in British Columbia, Canada, 1996-1997 through 2003-2004. Arthritis Care and  Research 2008; 59(7): 929-34.

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11. Dunlop DD, Manheim LM, Song J, Chang RW. Arthritis prevalence and activity limitations in older adults. Arthritis and Rheumatology 2001; 44(1): 212-21.

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14. Theis KA, Helmick CG, Hootman JM. Arthritis burden and impact are greater among U.S. women than men: intervention opportunities. Journal of Women's Health 2007; 16(4): 441-53.

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