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Chronic kidney disease spurred by lupus has affected Stansel's life for 15 years.
Doctors tested Emily for everything from bulging disks and hypothyroidism to lupus and multiple sclerosis—
Areas in St. Louis county near the Westlake Landfill Superfund site have higher incidence of lupus, rare cancers, neuropathy, and congenital defects than the general population.
Jackie and Rande, identified only by their first names, have been looking after their grandchildren ever since their daughter died of lupus, according to New Jersey lottery officials.
Spoonies take their name from Spoon Theory, an idea proposed by a woman named Christine Miserandino who was diagnosed with a chain of illnesses including chronic-fatigue syndrome before landing with a diagnosis of lupus.
In Kansas City, Stephenie Hashmi is still struggling with lupus, and still struggling to get disability benefits.
Spell said Stockstill, a mother of five, suffers from lupus and fibromyalgia and hurt her rotator cuff while in jail.
The Catholic writer Flannery O’Connor, who contracted lupus in her 20s and fought the debilitating illness the rest of her life before dying at age 39 in 1964, never married.
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First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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