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Lupus is now recognised worldwide as a major disease of modern times. Commonly affecting young women, it is now regarded as being more prevalent than leukaemia or multiple sclerosis, for example. It is a disease in which the immune system becomes over active and, because it can affect any organ of the body, its symptoms are diverse – fatigue, rashes, joint pains, depression – but sometimes with life-threatening kidney or brain involvement.
If you’re unsure who to see, please contact the London Lupus Centre via Email or call 020 7234 2155.
For more useful information on London Bridge Hospital’s Lupus Centre visit: londonlupuscentre.co.uk
For more useful information about Hughes Syndrome, please visit our website: londonlupuscentre.co.uk/hughes-syndrome