The changing perspective on lupus and pregnancy
Dr. Jane Salmon is a professor of medicine at the Weill Cornell Medical Center and director of the APS and Lupus Center of Excellence at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City. The Lupus Foundation of America recently honored Dr. Salmon for her research, which has expanded understanding of pregnancy loss and organ damage in lupus, including lupus-related kidney and cardiovascular disease. She was presented with the Evelyn V. Hess Award which honors investigators whose body of work has significantly advanced the understanding of lupus. In this video, Dr. Salmon reflects on the changing perspective on lupus and pregnancy.
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