I'm a day late, but celebration is in order for Lupus sufferers and the people who love them, researchers, medical professionals, advocates, and anyone who understand the far-reaching effects of a chronic illness.Yesterday - March 9, 2011 - was a crucial milestone in medical history. The U.S. Food And Drug Administration (FDA) has officially approved
Here is another video message from Gary S. Gilkeson, MD, Chair of LFA Medical-Scientific Advisory Council, and Joan T. Merril, MD, LFA Medical Director, speaking about what a new treatment may mean for the future of lupus patients.
And finally, please take a minute and watch this video of Kelly Jean Drury speaking about what a new treatment means to her as someone living with lupus:
learn even more about lupus, take a look around the Lupus Foundation of America's website: http://www.lupus.org. If you wish to become a volunteer for the Lupus Foundation, click here for opportunities.
I'm sending a huge CONGRATULATIONS to everyone who will be impacted by this awesome news (as is the doctor below, I believe)! Here's to many more breakthroughs...