Research Studies Presented at the ACR Annual Scientific Meeting
Program 6 - Pregnancy and Lupus
Lupus primarily affects young women of childbearing age. Research on the impact of lupus on fetuses, newborns and mothers is important to people living with lupus. At one time, people with lupus were advised not to become pregnant. However, that advice is evolving and many people with lupus have successful pregnancies. In this final segment, Julie Venners presents five studies on lupus-related pregnancy complications.