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    Default Survey Reveals Lupus' Ability To Wreck Careers

    Lupus has a profoundly negative effect on the working lives of sufferers', found a survey of over 2,000 lupus patients presented at the Annual Meeting of the European League Against Rheumatism (EULAR) in London, May 25-28. "We've shown just how debilitating lupus can be in terms of the number of patients having to stop work, change their jobs or apply for sick leave...

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    Great thread,

    It stopped me working at 18 and i'm now 43 coming and what i had was to do with Lupus but never found out till 3yrs back.

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    duhhh

    you dont say.

    another survey result, that we all already know.

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    Lupus has wrecked my career even before I started working. I can't even get proper education because I am unfit for school these days...

    Mark 10:27-
    But Jesus looked at them and said, “With men it is impossible, but not with God; for with God all things are possible.

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    I laughed and kinda shook my head at this "survey" too Steve.

    Lupus wrecks careers? Well, no s**t! That's quite a revelation-NOT!

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    All I can think of is, " Does this mean that I might not be able to work with blinding pain, heavily mediated, falling asleep at the wheel and stuff like ORGAN FAILURE?" Now how am I supposed to get through this day with this study raining on my parade? Ahahahahaha...Is this sarcasm? I was going to work on this while home sick from work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve.bryce View Post
    duhhh

    you dont say.

    another survey result, that we all already know.
    My thoughts exactly!

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