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  1. Stopping Immunosuppressant Medication During an Infection? Sick-Day Planning for the Coronavirus Outbreak Now is the time to talk to your doctor about what you might do if you were to develop infection symptoms. DO NOT STOP TAKING YOUR MEDICATION WITHOUT YOUR DOCTOR'S KNOWLEDGE! As the coronavirus becomes more widespread across the U.S. and the world, it will be important (not to mention reassuring during these high-anxiety times) to have a sick-day plan in place for people who are im
  2. Take the Right Shots for Lupus! August 15, 2019 While August is when we savor the last weeks of summer, it is also the time to look ahead and prepare for fall. In recognition of National Immunization Month, our Chief Scientific Officer Dr. Teodora Staeva provides background on vaccines and relays government recommendations for which are safe for people with lupus. “Vaccines help to develop immunity, in other words protect against disease, by imitating an infection,” notes Dr. Staeva. “Most vaccines contain small amounts of the germs (or parts of them) that cause disease b
  3. Managing Infections for Lupus Patients - Highlights from Dr. Curran's Presentation On August 9, 2012, the LSI hosted an educational teleconference “Managing and Preventing Infections for Lupus Patients” presented by Dr. James Curran. The event included a presentation by Dr. Curran followed by Q&A from the callers. The article below is based on information obtained from the teleconference. The entire transcript will be available online in the next few weeks. The second leading cause of death in SLE is infection – making managing and preventing infections a top priority for lupus pa
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