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Welcome to Lupus Foundation of Southern California


HEALTHY LIVING WITH CHRONIC CONDITIONS
FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO ARE NEW TO LUPUS THIS SEMINAR IS FOR YOU!

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We are having a Doctor Panel here at the office on Sunday, November 6, 2016 from 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

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SUPPORT GROUPS 

The Lupus Foundation offers several support groups around San Diego County and we are working on opening new groups in more areas.

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We are very proud to have served our sun concerned customers since 1997. Our goal is to offer you quality sun protection products with exceptional customer service and caring for your personal sun protection needs.

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SLE Patients See Good Outcomes in Blood Cancers

Risk of hematologic malignancy may be increased in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus compared with the general population, but outcomes with these cancers are about the same, a small retrospective study suggested.

Patients diagnosed with hematological malignancies before or concurrently with SLE in the study presented with earlier-stage disease and often achieved cancer remission, according to the report in Lupus Science and Medicine.

SLE patients have been known since the 1970s to be at higher risk for cancer, especially for non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, which in earlier studies resulted in higher overall mortality among SLE patients.
The study analyzed 45 patients at the University of Michigan Medical Center in Ann Arbor with confirmed SLE and hematological...

 

Lupus Research Institute Advocacy on Cusp of Realizing 2015 Congressional Appropriations Gains for Lupus Research and Professional Education

Improving Lupus Research and Care among Budget Priorities


NEW YORK, NY – December 10. Thanks to year-long advocacy by the Lupus Research Institute (LRI) Coalition and lupus patients nationwide, the year-end Fiscal 2015 “Consolidated and Further Continuing Appropriations Act” released last night in Congress contains several programs to advance lupus research and professional education. The bill is set to be voted on by the House of Representatives Thursday, December 11 and then move to the Senate.