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Sunscreen protection effective for people with UV-induced lupus erythematosus

Sufferers of ultraviolet-induced lupus erythematosus can be protected by wearing sunscreens that filter out UV-A and UV-B.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by Onlypunjab

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  • Lupus
  • Erythematosus lupus

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About: Sunscreen protection effective for people with UV-induced lupus erythematosus

Date: 9 October 2004

Source: Onlypunjab

URL: http://www.onlypunjab.com/real/fullstory-newsID-4810.html

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