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ACR: Early Damage Predicts Future Damage, Death in SLE

October 29, 2013
For patients with systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), early damage predicts future damage and mortality; in addition, U.S. patients with SLE have poor medication adherence, according to two studies...

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Few Lupus, IBD Patients Getting HPV Vaccine

October 29, 2013
Despite being at greater risk of infection, few children and young adults with autoimmune diseases such as lupus, psoriatic arthritis, or inflammatory bowel disease are being vaccinated against...

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Researchers Identify Risk Factors, Protective Medication for People Living With Lupus

October 28, 2013
According to research presented this week at the American College of Rheumatology Annual Meeting in San Diego, researchers have identified three potentially modifiable risk factors and one...

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Lupus Worse for Young African-American Women

October 28, 2013
African-American women develop lupus at a much younger age and with more complications than white women do, a new study shows. “Black women had very high rates of lupus, with an incidence rate in...

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Biomarker Linked to Poor Outcomes in Pregnant Lupus Patients

October 27, 2013
Researchers at Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City have identified a biomarker that may predict poor pregnancy outcomes in lupus patients. The study, titled "Angiogenic Factor...

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