Special Topic Session: Readers Review of The Lupus Encyclopedia
Tuesday, November 11, 2014 from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM (EST)
The Lupus Encyclopedia is an authoritative compendium that provides detailed explanations
of every body system potentially affected by the disease, along with practical advice about
coping for patients and families. Rheumatologist Dr. Donald Thomas’s complete reference
will be the relied-upon guide for people with lupus and their loved ones, caregivers, and
medical professionals. Thoroughly illustrated with photographs, diagrams, and tables, The
Lupus Encyclopedia explains symptoms, diagnostic methods, medications and their potential
side effects, and when to seek medical attention. Dr. Thomas provides information for women
who wish to become pregnant and advises readers about working with a disability,
complementary and alternative medicine, infections, cancer, and a host of other topics.
When & Where
Lupus Foundation of America, DC/MD/VA Chapter
Welcome to the Lupus Foundation of America, DC/MD/VA Chapter. Our chapter provides current information, education programs, and outreach services to improve the quality of lives for people with lupus while also supporting research. We support people with lupus throughout the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia.
2000 L Street, NW- Suite 415
Washington, DC 20036