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      Winter vaccinations!   11/03/2016

      It is very important for people with chronic diseases, such as SLE,and for those people taking corticosteroids and immunosuppressants, including chemotherapy drugs, should go to their doctor to be immunised against flu. Flu is not a bad cold! It can be dangerous. Apart from the annual flu jab, ask your doctor about the pneumovax vaccine which will help prevent serious problems with the lungs. Those with asthma should also ask about the various kinds of vaccines available. Finally, Herpes Zoster infections can lead to the risk of strokes in certain populations which include, rheumatoid arthritis and SLE. There is a new post with information, along with a video. Be well! Ros
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      Blogs!   03/27/2017

      All registered Members can write their own Blog here! Just click on Blog and select a title!
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      GHIC   09/08/2017

      I am excited to announce that LUpus Patients Understanding & Support (LUPUS) is linking with The Graham Hughes International Charity (GHIC). This means I will be posting articles from Professor Hughes here. About 25% of those with SLE also have Hughes Syndrome. As more research is being done, its findings are extremely important for those who have this condition. Like SLE, diagnosis can take a very long time.

Lupus and Pregnancy

To discuss developments in pregnancy with women with SLE

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  1. Pregnancy Outcomes Favourable in SLE Patients

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  2. SLE and Pregnancy and Prognosis?

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  3. Pregnancy, SLE, and APS: New Guidelines

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  4. Women with Lupus Overwhelmingly Have Healthy Pregnancies

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