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    Thank you so much Rob! This website is a great resource for gathering information about SLE. My mom has Crohn's disease, and I was so curious and wanted to get an interview with someone who has another autoimmune disease! Thanks again for helping me!


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    Hi there -
    I just wanted to note that you will find that almost all of the ppl here with lupus had to wait YEARS for a diagnosis and that there are a ton of ppl here still suffering from this disease WITHOUT a diagnosis...Any attention brought to the forefront of this INCREDIBLY serious issue of lupus may increase awareness
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    Quote Originally Posted by samosu25 View Post
    Hi my name is Samantha, I am a sophomore at Oregon State University in Corvallis Oregon. I am studying Pre-Nursing. I am in a Medical Anthropology class, and I am doing a research paper on Lupus and I thought that it would be a good idea to start here. For the paper I need to interview a person who has Lupus. If someone could address these issues within 24 hours that would be great I would very much appropriate it. I am interested in knowing the following:
    1.) When diagnosed
    2.) What symptoms were present: prior to diagnosis and what tests were preformed
    3.) How old when diagnosed
    4.) Medications--current, past
    5.) Surgeries
    6.) Complications then and now
    7.) What worries you?
    8.) Quality of life at this time
    9.) Future treatments available?
    10.) Relationship with physician
    11.) Support medical and personal
    12.) Pregnancies


    Thank you!
    Samantha
    I do not have all the details with me but if you still need then I can arrange an Interview with my mother
    who is a patient of this disease in Pakistan.
    Wish you all the best ... I hope your work contributes in anyway towards finding a cure to this disease.

    Wish you all the best.

    Regards,
    Fraz
    Last edited by Fraz; 03-07-2010 at 01:45 PM.

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    Hi Sam;
    I replied to your PM with my answers to your interview. Best of luck to you

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    Rob,
    I've just got to chime in here! We have yet another characteristic in common. I also graduated from HS a year early - at the age of 16. I gave up being valedictorian of the class of '75 and was salutatorian in '74. Of course for me, it was a great way to get away from an abusive parent.
    It is amazing how many similarities we have in tastes, etc. If either of us get the chance to visit the opposite coast, we really have to meet up!
    Marla

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