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Lack of awareness of Lupus is resulting in deaths

Lupus is a disease that is considered a great "imitator" resulting in many cases of undiagnosis and misdiagnosis.- particularly in women. Untreated, the disease often leads to death so a greater awareness of its detection is necessary to save lives.

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About: Lack of awareness of Lupus is resulting in deaths

Date: 11 May 2004

Source: News Medical.net

URL: http://www.news-medical.net/view_article.asp?id=1436

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