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Dr. Karen Costenbader of the Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston provides information about ways people living with lupus can better cope with the disease.
Lupus Foundation of America Medical Director Dr. Joan Merrill provides an overview of lupus and its health effects.
Lupus doesn’t have one clear origin. Researchers believe it results from a complex equation of multiple factors. One part of the equation is your genetic makeup; another involves the hormones that regulate much of your body’s functions. A third is your environment.
Sun-related topics take on special importance for people with lupus. Here are five facts you need to know for a safer summer.
Dr. William Stohl of the University of Southern California discusses the relationships among various parts of the immune system and their role in triggering lupus.
Dr. Gregg Silverman discusses B-cells and how they contribute to the development of lupus and offers insight on the future direction of lupus research.
Dr. David Pisetsky of Duke University Medical Center discusses the role of apoptosis (programmed cell death) and microparticles in triggering lupus.
Dr. David Pisetsky of Duke University Medical Center discusses immune response to DNA and its role in stimulating lupus.
Learn more about living with lupus at the Life + Lupus... an Educational Symposium.