Unraveling the Mystery of Lupus

The often-illusive condition is increasing in numbers, and so are the methods to detect and treat its symptoms.

Fever, achiness and fatigue are the hallmark symptoms of the common flu, but these may be signs of a condition that is far from a simple viral infection. Instead, your body could be serving as a conduit for the chronic autoimmune disease known as systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), or lupus.
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