Lupus: Everything You Need to Know

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Avery Publishing Group, 1998 - Medical - 224 pages
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One of America's leading medical authorities teams up with one of America's leading psychological authorities to write this informative book on lupus. In six chapters written in QandA format based on actual questions asked by patients, the authors describe diagnosis, symptoms, treatment, medication, and the overall history and impact of the disease.

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I was diagnosed with lupus in 2003 and this book was the most beneficial piece of information my family and I used to understand what was happening to me and what could happen in the future. The ... Read full review

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Systemic lupus erythematosus is a mysterious, hard-to-diagnose disease that affects an estimated two million people in the United States alone. The unpredictable behavior and uncertain course of lupus ... Read full review

Contents

Diagnosing Lupus
47
Symptoms of Lupus
75
Treatment of Lupus
143
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Robert H. Phillips is a psychologist and the director of the Center for Coping in New York. He is also the best-selling author of eight books.

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