International Paget’s Awareness Day

The 11th January is International Paget’s Awareness Day. 

Why did we hold a Paget's Awareness Day?

We need to find those who don’t reach medical attention!  Although there has been progress in alleviating the effects of Paget’s disease, much more remains to be done. The Paget’s Association believes that correct diagnosis is the key, as the condition often goes undetected until complications such as fracture, deafness and bone deformity have already occurred. 

Changing History

Visit the home page of this website on the 11th January 2020 to watch our exciting new video and find out how medieval skeletons could change the history of Paget's disease. We will be interviewing researchers and clinicians at Norton Priory in Runcorn, Cheshire, regarding exciting new research.