Lupus and Overlapping Disease: Ask the Experts
Wednesday, September 4, 2013 at 7:00 PM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
with Mark Box, MD
Kansas City Internal Medicine
Although lupus most often occurs alone, many people with lupus also have characteristics of one or more of the other connective tissue diseases, such as scleroderma or rheumatoid arthritis. This is called overlap disease. Learn more about common connective tissue diseases that may "overlap" with a lupus diagnosis and how they are treated and managed.
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This Ask The Experts series is offered as a free service of the Lupus Foundation of America, Philadelphia Tri-State Chapter. All costs of services for individuals with lupus and their families are underwritten by the fundraising efforts of the Philadelphia Tri-State Chapter, including the Lupus Loop and Walk to End Lupus Now.
The Lupus Foundation of America, Philadelphia Tri-State Chapter is proud to be a source of information about lupus. Our comments are based on professional advice, published experience and expert opinion, but do not represent individual therapeutic recommendation or prescription. For specific information and advice, please consult your physician.
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The Philadelphia Tri-State Chapter is an affiliate of the Lupus Foundation of America, the only national force devoted to solving the mystery of lupus, one of the world's cruelest, most unpredictable, and devastating diseases, while giving caring support to those who suffer from its brutal impact. Through a comprehensive program of research, education, and advocacy, we lead the fight to improve the quality of life for all people affected by lupus.
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