COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and The Paget's Association

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and The Paget's Association UK

Updated/checked 23rd March 2020

We would like to reassure all our members that the Paget’s Association continues to offer support to anyone affected by Paget's Disease of Bone.

Although our working arrangements are a little different at the moment, our Nurse Helpline and office phone lines are still available as normal, should you need to contact us.

Paget's Documentary

WATCH our New Paget's Research DOCUMENTARY below

Specially produced for Paget's Awareness Day, this exciting Research documentary below explores what medieval bones and teeth can tell us about Paget's disease.

Paget's Awareness Day 2020

International Paget's Awareness Day 2020

Thank you to all who took part to raise awareness of Paget's Disease of Bone for International Paget's Day - 11th January 2020. Scroll down for your photos and events, plus an event on the 22nd February.

Specially produced for Paget's Day, this exciting Research documentary below explores what medieval bones and teeth can tell us about Paget's disease. Could this change the way we think about the history of other diseases?

Pain in Paget's Study

Deciphering the Mechanisms of Pain in Paget’s (PiP Study)

Scientists Solve an 800 year old Mystery

Scientists Solve an 800-year-old Mystery Related to Paget’s Disease

(Scroll down to watch a video about this research)

Funding from the Paget’s Association has helped scientists solve an 800-year-old mystery related to Paget’s disease. Scientific research at the molecular level, on a collection of medieval skeletons from Norton Priory in Cheshire, could help rewrite history after revealing they were affected by an unusual ancient form of the disorder.