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  1. The Lupus Book: A Guide for Patients and Their Families by Daniel J Wallace, 2008-12-02
  2. The Lupus Recovery Diet: A Natural Approach to Autoimmune Disease That Really Works by Jill Harrington, 2007-05-01
  3. Despite Lupus: How to Live Well with a Chronic Illness by Sara Gorman, 2009-06-15
  4. ABC of Asthma, Allergies and Lupus: Eradicate Asthma - Now! by F. Batmanghelidj, 2000-08
  5. The First Year--Lupus: An Essential Guide for the Newly Diagnosed by Nancy C. Hanger, 2003-10-02
  6. Lupus Handbook for Women: Up-to-Date Information on Understanding and Managing the Disease Which Affects by Robin Dibner, 1994-10-01
  7. New Hope for People with Lupus: Your Friendly, Authoritive Guide to the Latest in Traditional and Complementary Solutions by Theresa Foy Digeronimo, 2002-04
  8. Living with Lupus: The Complete Guide, Second Edition by Sheldon Paul Blau, Dodi Schultz, 2004-09-08
  9. Lupus: Alternative Therapies That Work by Sharon Moore, 2000-09
  10. Coping With Lupus: A Practical Guide to Alleviating the Challenges of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus by Robert H. Phillips, 2001-06-04
  11. Healing Lupus: Steps in a Personal Journey by Waverly Evans, 2008-05-27
  12. Lupus: The Essential Clinician's Guide (Oxford American Rheumatology Library)
  13. Lupus Q + A (Revised Edition) by Robert G. Lahita, 2004-06-03
  14. Dubois' Lupus Erythematosus

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162. Fresenius KABI - HOME
Extracorporeal blood treatment and infusion technology. Adsorber (arthritis, lupus, percholesterolemia), immune, transfusion, and infusion methods.
ABOUT US PRODUCTS AND SERVICES LOCATIONS WORLDWIDE FIND US ... BLOOD PROCESSING EQUIPMENT Fresenius AG - Fresenius announces results of First Quarter 2004 New product information available! Patient Data Management System: MONICA Monitoring@Intensive Care Fresenius Kabi presented a new blood gas analyzer, the EasyLab MF at the Medica Visit us at the 12 th International Congress on Nutrition and Metabolism in Renal Disease, June 18. - 22., 2004, Venice/Padura, Italy Visit us at "DAC 2004", 19.-22. June 2004, Messezentrum Nürnberg, Germany Come to see us at the 2 nd World Congress of Paediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition,
July 03. - 07., 2004, Paris, France

163. Lupus Now (TM) - Your Comprehensive Source For Information On Lupus - Lupus Foun
A magazine for people with lupus and their families, lupus health professionals and researchers. Published by the lupus Foundation of America.
About LFA Premiere Partners Advertising Contact Us ... Home Spring 2004
  • The leading lupus reference magazine for physicians and other healthcare providers The only magazine dedicated solely to people with lupus and their families The magazine to turn to for life enhancement features, education and style
  • LUPUS IN CHILDREN The disease course of lupus may not be different for children, but plenty of other issues arise when lupus affects the younger members of the family. OSTEOPOROSIS IN YOUNG WOMEN WITH LUPUS If you take steroids to help manage your lupus, you need to know about osteoporosis—it's not just an older woman's disease. LUPUS IN MEN Nearly 90 percent of the people with lupus are women, so how do men cope with having this chronic illness, what keeps them going, and what advice do they want to share? LUPUS LIVING Is lupus light sensitivity forcing you or your kids to play inside this summer? Here are some great games and projects to make those long days fly by. Plus, discover some products to protect your family's skin from the summer sun. Find out which new books have been added to the LFA Seal of Approval bookshelf. And, whether for business or on vacation, knowing about special needs accommodations can make all the difference in your comfort level. WELLNESS Haven't had a good laugh lately? Find out how a Mirth Kit can help you feel better. Summertime means swimming pool fun, and aqua exercises might become one exercise routine you won't want to give up come winter. And if you think you don't have a creative bone in your body, think again!

    164. Heralding Hope
    Fibromyalgia, arthritis and chronic fatigue documentary. Fibromyalgia pain perishes in 7 days to 7 weeks. Modern bionutrition technology/urine/saliva analysis. HHFI has a good reputation with Migriane, lupus, Hormone Dysfunctions, and wieght loss.

    165. Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE)
    systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE). thoracic involvement (3070%) lupus pneumonitis (acute) patchy, peripheral, basilar, alveolar;
    CHORUS Collaborative Hypertext of Radiology Multisystem entities

    systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE)
    • thoracic involvement (30-70%)
      • lupus pneumonitis (acute): patchy, peripheral, basilar, alveolar
      • interstital reticulation in lower lung fields (chronic)
      • cavitary nodules (vasculitis)
      • pleural changes (most common manifestation): effusion, thickening
      • pericardial effusion (pericarditis) / cardiomegaly (cardiomyopathy)
    • musculoskeletal
    • kidneys (100%)
      • focal membranous glomerulonephritis
      • aneurysms in interlobar and arcuate arteries (similar to polyarterits nodosa
      • normal/decreased renal size
      • increased parenchymal echogenicity
      Yong H. Hahn, MD - 2 February 1995
      Last updated 26 May 2004

      Medical College of Wisconsin

    166. Systemic Lupus Research Studies
    Clinical research team from Northwestern University Medical School describe current research, summarize findings, and answer frequently asked questions.
    Systemic Lupus Research Studies
    at Northwestern University Medical School led by Dr. Rosalind Ramsey-Goldman New study on Lupus, Bones and the Vascular System Click here to find out how you can participate! S tudy o f L upus V ascular and B one L ong Term E ndpoints Home Lupus FAQ
    Lupus Info

    Who We Are
    Site Map
    Welcome!!! On this site:
    • find up-to-date info on the Lupus Research in our Clinical Program find general information about Lupus find out how to participate in a research study
    Whether you are interested in participating in a lupus study or finding out more about lupus, we hope you find our website useful! What is Lupus and why is it important to research? Systemic Lupus Erythematosus is a chronic inflammatory disease affecting over 1 million Americans. This autoimmune disease attacks the body's own tissues and organs. Just 25 years ago only 50% of patients diagnosed with systemic lupus survived 5 years! Now more than 95% survive 5 years after diagnosis! Research is rapidly generating results to enhance clinical care. To find out more about Lupus, check out our Lupus Info and Lupus FAQ pages.

    167. LupusHelp! Causes
    To fully understand the processes occurring in lupus it is helpful to try and understand the immune system in a bit more detail (click here to find out more).
    What Causes Lupus?
    Lupus is a disease in which the immune system misbehaves. Our immune system is an army of different types of cells that protect us against attack (infection) by harmful germs (pathogens). Our immune cells are "killing machines" and therefore must be able to tell the difference between a germ cell and our own cells (imagine going to war against an army wearing the same uniform as your own soldiers - you'd inevitably kill soldiers on your own side by accident!). Telling the difference between our own cells and germ cells is often described as recognition of "self" and "non-self."     
    Lupus is an autoimmune disease. This means that the immune system can no longer tell the difference between self and non-self and tries to attack some of our own cells. This also means that there's nothing a person with lupus has done to cause the condition, and it can't be caught from someone else.     
    To fully understand the processes occurring in lupus it is helpful to try and understand the immune system in a bit more detail (click here to find out more).   
    A whole variety of things seem to go wrong in the immune system of lupus patients which contribute to the systemic nature of the disease.   
    • Autoantibodies T Cells Apoptosis Cytokines Complement 
    In autoimmune diseases there are antibodies directed at certain molecules (antigens) found naturally in the body. In SLE there are many possible antigens, but the most common are

    168. Technology Transfer Home Page
    Responsible for marketing, licensing, and commercialization of patents and other intellectual property produced through biomedical research on human diseases such as lupus, cancer, heart disease, arthritis, AIDS, and Alzheimer's disease at the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation (OMRF).

    Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation
    755 Research Parkway Suite 410
    Oklahoma City, OK 73104-3600
    Fax: (405) 271-1708 Larry Kennedy - Vice President of Technology Transfer
    Cheryl Husmann - Licensing Associate
    Manu Nair - Licensing Associate
    The Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation is an independent, nonprofit biomedical research foundation dedicated to the search for better treatments and cures for human diseases. Chartered in 1946, OMRF has earned national and international recognition for our medical research efforts. The Technology Transfer Office at the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation is the link between the research generated by our scientific staff and the patent and licensing process. OMRF has successfully marketed technologies to pharmaceutical, diagnostic and research reagent companies around the world and continues to search for homes for new technologies, as they become available. As OMRF grows, more technologies will be transferred from the research laboratory into the pharmaceutical market place, and the Technology Transfer Office will continue to help OMRF achieve its primary mission

    169. Participating In Lupus Clinical Trials
    Discusses clinical trials and recent advances in treatment, including a combination of drugs and Chinese herbs.
    Participating in Lupus Clinical Trials
    Lupus is an autoimmune disease. The immune system normally attacks foreign substances in the body. However, with people who have lupus, the immune system treats body tissues and organs as invaders. The three types of lupus are: discoid lupus erythematosus , which affects the skin; systemic lupus erythematosus , which attacks the connective tissue between organs and the organs themselves; and drug-induced lupus , where side-effects from medication mimic lupus.
    Almost 1.5 million Americans have some form of lupus. At its most severe, lupus can be life-threatening and damage joints, the brain, lungs, the heart and other internal organs. Lupus researchers are looking for the root cause of lupus, and lupus clinical trials investigate new treatment options and lupus medications. With a better understanding of the causes, lupus research can proceed to the development of effective treatments for this condition.
    The Value of Lupus Research
    Lupus clinical trials are necessary to develop new lupus medications and treatment options. Knowing that certain hormone levels are lower in lupus sufferers that other groups, hormone therapy is being pursued as a possible lupus treatment. Other clinical trials are investigating the reasons for the faulty immune system that results in lupus, in the hope of one day developing a lupus treatment that can cure the disease at its source.
    Why Participate in a Lupus Clinical Trial?

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    171. Rare/Orphan Diseases
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    NIH study of stem cell transplantation for severe lupus
    Researchers at the National Institutes of Health (U.S.) have begun a five-year study to see whether stem cell (bone marrow) transplantation can be used as a therapy for severe, treatment-resistant systemic lupus erythematosus . Lupus is a chronic inflammatory autoimmune disease which, in its severe form, can cause damage to the kidneys, lungs, or central nervous system. The researchers believe that the intensive immunosuppressive treatment required for stem cell transplantation, combined with the transplant, will create a new immune system that does not attack the body's cells.
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