New study shows many Londoners with arthritis feel isolated

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New study shows many Londoners with arthritis feel isolated

New research suggests Londoners suffering from Arthritis are more likely to feel isolated and suffer related mental health issues, than others across the UK.

The study from the charity Versus Arthritis comes with concerns that the condition is being overlooked, and considered an elderly person's disease.

Laura Boothman is from the charity, and 24 year-old Francesca White was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis when she was a child joined Anthony Baxter to talk about the disease.

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