JointHealth™ express   February 28, 2022

Lupus is an unpredictable disease in which a person’s immune system produces an excess of proteins called antibodies that attach themselves to various structures in the body. Approximately 15,000 Canadians are affected by systemic lupus erythematosus – the most common form of lupus. This issue of JointHealth™ insight will highlight:

  • The causes of lupus
  • Who is affected by lupus and what the health effects are
  • What the latest lupus research tells us
  • ACE National Survey on Virtual Care Services for People Living with Arthritis: The experiences of lupus patients
  • Lupus care and treatment