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Free Tools to Empower Medical Professionals to Take Action Against Lupus
The Lupus Initiative, a program led by the American College of Rheumatology, has developed a variety of free online tools and resources for medical professionals, educators and students. Designed to increase recognition and understanding of lupus, the tools will aid medical professionals in the early and accurate diagnosis of the disease, the effective treatment and management of patients with lupus, and the provision of culturally competent and patient-centered care.
External link Genes may protect Kidneys from Damage Exit Disclaimer
Researchers have found that a person’s genetic makeup may protect their kidneys from attacks.
External link Alternative Lupus Therapy Exit Disclaimer
Scientists are testing an alternative medicine they hope will suppress the immune system and keep it from attacking a person’ kidneys while omitting harmful side effects.
External link Lupus Campaign Launched
The Office of Minority Health and Office on Women’s Health are joining the Ad Council to raise awareness about the issue of lupus and women. The campaign has garnered support from national lupus organizations and will be disseminated to all forms of media.

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