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The Paget’s Association is the only UK charity to focus solely on Paget’s disease of bone. It acts as a resource for those with the condition, the public and health professionals, offering high quality information and support when necessary.



Paget’s Information Days

In 2014, our Paget’s Information Days are taking place in
Bristol, Middlesbrough & Sheffield. 

Our Paget’s Information Days are always popular and very informative. You will hear presentations from experts in Paget’s disease as well as other relevant topics and there will be a question and answer session at the end of the day. The days are free to attend and a light lunch is included. Further information is available here

The Virgin London Marathon 2015

Guaranteed Places

We are now taking entries for the Virgin London Marathon 2015.
We have golden bond places in return for commitment to raise a minimum of £750 in sponsorship.

Further information is available here

It is with great sadness that we report the deaths of two people who were closely associated with the Paget’s Association.

Dr Allan St. John Dixon sadly passed away on Thursday 19th June. Together with Ann Stansfield, Allan helped to establish the National Association for the Relief of Paget’s Disease (NARPD) in 1973. He was the first Chairman of the charity and subsequently served as Honorary President until 2011. In addition to his role with the NARPD, now known as the Paget’s Association, Allan helped to establish the National Osteoporosis Society, National Ankylosing Spondylitis Society and Remedi, a charity that supports research into rehabilitation. We are indebted to Allan for his contribution to the Paget’s Association and send our condolences to his wife and family.

Lady Diana Frances Paget, wife of Patron, Sir Julian Paget, died peacefully on Monday 23rd June. Lady Diana Paget was always supportive of the Paget’s Association and attended many of our events with her husband. Those of you who met her may perhaps remember her great love of gardening. Our thoughts are with Sir Julian Paget and his family at this time.

Swinton OfficeWe have moved!

Our new address is:
The Paget’s Association.
Suite 5, Moorfield House,
Moorside Road,
Manchester. M27 0EW
Our telephone numbers have not changed!

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Paget’s Disease and Pain
This booklet can be viewed in the member areas


Online CommunityIf you would you like to share your experiences regarding Paget’s disease with others online, perhaps ask or answer a question, please visit our Paget’s Online Community via the link to the right. This will take you to the HealthUnlocked website where you will need to register.

This is a network of members willing to correspond by email, phone or letter. See the members area or call the Association for more information.


Paget's BookletPaget’s Disease: A selection of 18 articles
This 56 page booklet contains a selection of 18 articles, written by professionals and experts in Paget’s disease. See our merchandise page for more information.

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