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  1. Peter Lupus' Celebrity Body Book: A Body-Improvement Guide For Men and Women by Peter Lupus, Samuel Homola, 1980-04-01
  2. The Clinical Management of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (Books)
  3. Lupu: Webster's Timeline History, 156 BC - 1996 by Icon Group International, 2010-05-14
  4. The value of escharotics: Or medicines which will destroy any living or fungus tissue in the treatment of cancer, lupus, sarcoma or any other form of malignancy by Perry Nichols, 1954
  5. The Value of Escharotics: Medicines Which Will Destroy Any Living or Fungous Growth in the Treatment of Cancer - Lupus - Sarcoma by Perry Nichols, 1943-01-01
  6. Progress in Systemic Lupus Erythematosus Research by Thomas I. Seward, 2008-01
  7. Die Stadt Syrakus Im Alterthum Autorisierte Deutsche Bearbeitung Der Cavallari-Holm'schen Topografia Archeologica Di Siracusa Von Bernhard Lupus (German Edition) by Francesco Saverio Cavallari, 2010-01-11
  8. Wolf Canis Lupus (German Edition) by Dimitry Bibikow, 1990-01-01
  9. Heartsearch: Toward Healing Lupus by Donna Hamil Talman, 1991-08-31
  10. Systemic lupus erythematosus: A clinical analysis (Major problems in internal medicine ; v. 6) by James F Fries, 1975
  11. Lupus Nephritis by Robert C.;Kark, Robert M.;Pirani, Conrad L.;Pollack, Victor E. Muehrcke, 1957
  12. Lupu: Webster's Timeline History, 2006 - 2007 by Icon Group International, 2010-05-14
  13. Recent Advances in Systemic Lupus Erythematosus by Paul-Henri Lambert, 1984-02-11
  14. Lupus: Molecular and Cellular Pathogenesis (Contemporary Immunology)

81. Lupus-Selbsthilfe Im Internet
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82. Life With Lupus
Some people have an autoimmune disorder called lupus. Find out more in thisarticle for kids.
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Your body has its own system for fighting off sickness called the immune system , but sometimes this system doesn't work correctly. When this happens, a person may have an autoimmune (say: aw-toh-im- yoon ) disease. Lupus (say: loo -pus) is one of those diseases. A healthy immune system is like an army that can protect you against germs and illness. It makes antibodies (say: an -tye- bah -deez), which are special chemicals that fight off infections. But with a disease like lupus, the army gets confused and begins attacking the healthy cells in your body. It does this by making autoantibodies (say: aw -toh- an -tye- bah -deez), which are antibodies that attack the body's normal cells. People with lupus may not look sick, but they may feel run down, weak, or nauseated. Their joints may hurt and they may have swollen glands. There are three types of lupus: Systemic lupus erythematosus (say: sis- teh -mik loo -pus er-uh-thee-muh- toh -sus) is also called SLE and is the type that most people mean when they talk about lupus. It's the most serious form of lupus. SLE can affect the skin , joints, tendons, and other body organs like the brain heart lungs , and kidneys Discoid lupus (say: dis -koyd loo -pus) is a skin disease that causes a rash on the face, neck, scalp, and ears. It's a much rarer form of lupus than SLE. It doesn't affect other organs the way SLE can, but the rash can leave scars.

83. FAZANERIJA LUPUS GABOŠ - Uzgoj Divljaèi, Poljoprivreda I Trgovina
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84. Kat's Meow - Dorough Lupus Foundation Page
Fan based charity support site for the Dorough lupus Foundation. Offers news, pictures, reviews, and information on other charities.
The Kat's Meow: Dorough Lupus Foundation (DLF) Page
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Dorough Lupus Foundation
4690 Lipscomb St. Ste #7 Palm Bay, Fl 32905 Toll Free Within the US: 1-866-GIV-2DLF Tel: 321-725-8599 Fax: 321-725-9225 DLF EVENTS Broadway Dream Night (February 11, 2004) Lupus Cruise 2004 (March 27 - April 3, 2004)
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A Little History
The reason for the Foundation is simple: To raise public awareness of the disease lupus Howie started this non-profit organization shortly after his sister, Caroline, succumbed to the disease in 1998. Howie's wish is to have one less family go through what he and his family and other families have gone through. All monies raised by the Foundation will be donated for lupus research, education and financial assistance for individuals living with lupus who cannot afford treatment.
DLF Grants
  • January 2003 - A $30,000 grant was presented to Dr. Bev Hahns at UCLA for Lupus Research.

85. Lupus Foundation Of Colorado
The Foundations mission is to improve the quality of life for people affected bylupus and to promote efforts for the diagnosis, treatment, prevention and
T he Lupus Foundation of Colorado Web site is created to provide you with the latest and most up to date information about Lupus. Whether you are newly diagnosed with Lupus, a longtime family member or friend, or a member of the medical community, this Web site will provide you with a better understanding of Lupus and tools to manage Lupus more effectively. Our programs and supportive services are designed to increase awareness and improve the quality of life for people living with Lupus through education, community outreach services, and support of research that will lead to effective treatment and cure for the disease. Lupus is a chronic inflammatory autoimmune disease that is difficult to diagnose, difficult to manage and, to date, without cure. For most people, Lupus is a mild disease affecting only a few body organs; for others, it may cause serious and even life threatening problems. Current statistics indicate that Lupus affects adult women approximately 10 times more frequently than men. Children are also affected by Lupus. Even though Lupus is more prevalent in this country than AIDS, sickle cell anemia, cerebral palsy and cystic fibrosis, it is the least known of all major diseases. To learn more about Lupus and the Lupus Foundation of Colorado

86. LUPUS ERITEMATOSO SISTEMICO Sezione Di Firenze - LES - SLE - Malattie Autoimmuni
Firenze La sezione toscana fornisce informazioni sulla malattia lupus eritematoso sistemico; le riviste, gli appelli, le Faq e le notizie dalla ricerca; forum di discussione e mailing list.
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87. Welcome To LUPUS
lupus is a group of 8 sublists, by topic, which addresses the need for sharinginformation and support for systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), discoid lupus
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LUPUS is a group of 8 sublists , by topic, which addresses the need for sharing information and support for systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), discoid lupus (DLE) and associated diseases that tend to cluster with lupus. The purpose of this list and its topics is to provide the vehicle for open communication, with responsibility, and without rancor. There will be a separate list, LUPUS-KIDS, for children under 18 suffering from lupus, or who have a parent with the disease. While moderated, discussion will not be directed, although may be redirected when the majority of listowners feels it should be taken off the list and into private discussion via personal email. Moderation on the part of each and every subscriber when posting will be expectedintervention and list control from the moderators, listowners and list administrator will only be enforced when the rules of the list and general netiquette are violated. Should any of your messages not post to the list within 48 hours, please contact the list owners if you would like explanation of the moderation/refusal. This list and its sublists are archived and available to subscribers only, via password. However, in order to protect yourselves and your loved ones, please be sure not to post personal contact information (address, telephone, etc.) to the list. Similarly confidential information should also be handled via private email.

88. Lupus
lupusWhat is it? What are the symptoms? How is it diagnosed and treated?Find that out and more.
In this section: Lupus-Index Disease Description Living With Lupus Preventing Fatigue Pregnancy Nutrition Skincare Preventing a Flare Links for more Information Recommended Reading Back to Disease Index
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... Disease Index Lupus Lupus (Systemic lupus erythematosus)
About 500,000 people in the United States have Lupus to one degree or another. The severity ranges from mild to severe. Some people only have a couple of the symptoms while others have them all. This makes it difficult to provide information that applies to everyone, but we'll do our best! Disease Description
Symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and more. Living with Lupus
A great article from the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases.
Just a few years ago women with lupus were told not to get pregnant and if they happened to become pregnant they were encouraged to abort. Thankfully, that is not the case any longer. Links to more information
Arthritis Insight isn't the only place on the web to learn about SLE. Check out these other sites.

89. Jörg's Web Pages
Infos zu Furries, Vogelbeobachtung und ¼ber W¶lfe (Canis lupus).
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90. Arthritis Research Campaign | Lupus (SLE)
This booklet is written for people with lupus and their families and friends.It explains how lupus develops, how it affects different parts of the body,

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This booklet is written for people with lupus and their families and friends. It explains how lupus develops, how it affects different parts of the body, how it can affect people in different ways, and how doctors diagnose it. We then explain how it can be treated and offer tips and advice on living with it more easily. Near the end of the booklet you will find information on how to contact the Arthritis Research Campaign ( arc ), and a few suggestions for further reading. We have also included a glossary of medical words (like cartilage ). We have put these in italics when they are first used in the booklet.
Lupus is a form of arthritis that mainly affects women during their child-bearing years. It is one of the autoimmune rheumatic diseases, caused by a fault in the body's immune system . The immune system normally produces antibodies to fight infections. In people with

Historian, b. at Ypres (Flanders), 23 July, 1612; d. at Louvain, 10 July, 1681.
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(WOLF) Historian, b. at Ypres (Flanders), 23 July, 1612; d. at Louvain, 10 July, 1681. He joined the Augustinian Order at the age of fifteen, and on the completion of his studies, was appointed lecturer in theology, to the younger members of the order at Cologne. While occupying this position he won the confidence of the nuncio, Fabio Chigi, afterwards Alexander VII . In 1640 Lupus was appointed professor of theology at Louvain, but, owing to his zeal for the teaching of St. Augustine , was suspected of Jansenism . The nuncio at Brussels accused him of it, and would not permit the University of Louvain to confer a doctor's degree upon him; only after the pope's mediation was it given to him. When the accusation was renewed, Alexander VII called him to Rome, where for the next five years he devoted himself under papal protection to the study of ecclesiastical history. He returned to Louvain in 1660, and was elected provincial of the Belgian province; in 1667 he returned to Rome, accompanied by several professors of the theological faculty of Louvain, to obtain the censure of a number of erroneous moral doctrines. Innocent XI condemned sixty-five of the propositions denounced by him. On his return to Louvain he was appointed regius professor of theology, the first time a religious had ever held this office. His writings were published in thirteen parts, the first twelve at Venice, 1724-1729, in six folio volumes, the thirteenth at Bologna, in 1742. The first six under the title "Synodorum generalium et provincialium statuta et canones cum notis et historicis dissertationibus" (1665-1673) contain a detailed history of the councils, with many learned dissertations. The seventh part contains: "Ad Ephesinum concilium variorum patrum epistolas, item commonitorium Coelestini papae, titulos decretorum Hilarii papae" (Louvain, 1682). He also wrote critical replies to Quesnel

92. Lupus Research Institute - Welcome To The Lupus Research Institute
The lupus Research Institute (LRI) provides to helpscientists and physicians, patients, and their families champion novel and
Lupus Research Institute Reports Record Number of Grant Applications More LRI Launches New Web Site More
  • Hormone Replacement Not Associated with Severe Lupus Flares More GlaxoSmithKline to Co-Develop LymphoStat-B
Patient Voice for Lupus Research.
Awareness. Advocacy. Collaboration.
  • Lupus Research Institute Launches Spanish-Language PSA More
IN THE LAB Lupus and Heart Disease: Alerting Young Women to the Dangers. More LRI Rewrites the Headlines on Heart Disease. More In-depth interviews with some of the most promising lupus researchers. More PROFILES OF HOPE The Ravitz family shares their remarkable story of illness and advocacy.
Contact Site Map Lupus Research Institute
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93. HSS - Rheumatology - Main Page For Patients
This journallike site provides in-depth information for patients and physicians for all rheumatic conditions, including arthritis, lupus, osteoporosis, fibromyalgia, Lyme disease, scleroderma, gout, and joint pain management.
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With the largest group of rheumatologists in the US, HSS is a world leader in the research and treatment of rheumatic disease. Our rheumatologists and other healthcare professionals are pleased to offer this educational content.
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94. Cyndee S Lupus Home Page - Living With Lupus Over 30 Years
General information, personal experiences, a 30 year lupus patient, with extensivelinks.
Welcome to Cyndee Miller's Lupus Home Page
Dedicated to Lupus Awareness
COMBINED! Source: Lupus Foundation of America, Inc., Lupus Fact Sheet Lupus is a chronic, autoimmune disease which causes inflammation of various parts of the body, especially the skin, joints, blood, and kidneys. The immune system normally protects the body against viruses, bacteria and other foreign materials. In an autoimmune disease like lupus, the immune system loses its ability to tell the difference between foreign substances and its own cells and tissues. The immune system then makes antibodies directed against "self." Lupus is NOT infectious, rare or cancerous. The Lupus Foundation of America market research data show that between 1.4 million and 2 million people have been diagnosed with lupus. (Study conducted by Bruskin/Goldring Research, 1994.) Although the cause of lupus is unknown, scientists suspect that individuals are genetically predisposed to lupus, and know that environmental factors such as infections, antibiotics, ultraviolet light, extreme stress and certain drugs play a critical role in triggering lupus.

95. Spain's_bears_don't_cry_wolf
Iberian wolf (Canis lupus signatus) and brown bear conservation in Spain.
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Spain's Bears don't cry Wolf
an interview with Juan Carlos Blanco
Spain’s wilderness still provides a refuge for large predators such as the Brown bear and the wolf, species which have all but disappeared in most of Europe. Juan Carlos Blanco is a doctor in Biology and one of the founding members of the Brown Bear Foundation, one of Spain’s most progressive private conservation bodies. As well as being concerned about bears he is an authority on the Iberian wolf which is the subject of one of his books and a number of his scientific papers. In this 1995 interview by Damian Martin, Juan Carlos Blanco clears up some of the myths surrounding wolf and bear conservation in Spain. Although population figures have been updated in recent years the main conservation issues remain true today.
What is the current status of Spain’s bear and wolf populations? So you consider that bears in the Spanish Pyrenees will definitely become extinct? How do you see the future for the wolf in Spain?

96. Lupus
lupus How common is lupus? What is lupus? What are the warning signs of lupus?What causes lupus? What can you do about lupus? Additional Tips for Living of arthritis/lupus/default.asp?s=1

97. Mixed Connective Tissue Disorder
An autoimmune process with symptoms of Scleroderma, Systemic lupus Erythematosus , Rheumatoid Arthritis and/or other autoimmune diseases. This page describes symptoms and treatments and has lists of useful links.
htmlAdWH('93212823', '728', '90'); Main NEW! Click here to join a group for spouses of people with Autoimmune Disease (Spousal Autoimmune Support Group). What is Mixed Connective Tissue Disorder? How do you know if you have Mixed Connective Tissue Disorder? ... VIVIENDO CON EMTC What is Mixed Connective Tissue Disorder?
Mixed Connective Tissue Disorder is an autoimmune process with symptoms of Scleroderma, Myositis, Systemic Lupus Erythematosus , Rheumatoid Arthritis and/or other autoimmune diseases. It is a description of a group of symptoms occurring together. This is different from a diagnosis that describes the underlying process. It is a disorder of the immune system, which normally functions to protect the body against invading infections and cancers, and toxins. In Mixed Connective Tissue Disorder, as in other autoimmune diseases parts of the complex immune system is over-active and produces increased amounts of abnormal antibodies that attack the patient's own organs. Sometimes MCTD is called Overlap Syndrome or Undifferentiated Mix Connective Tissue Disorder. Some writers discriminate between them claiming that each of these are different. Some argue MCTD is not a distinct entity at all, and is just one of the forms of Lupus or Scleroderma. MCTD can affect many parts of the body, including the joints, skin, kidneys, lungs, heart, endocrine, digestive, and nervous system, blood vessels which all are made up of connective tissue. There are reports of psychiatric disturbances similar to those found in Lupus. The signs and symptoms of MCTD differ from person to person, with the symptoms of either Lupus, or Scleroderma, or Myositis or other autoimmune disease being most prevalent. Since its manifestations can vary it is often misdiagnosed. The disease can range from mild to life threatening. It can be mild for many years, and then after about 20 years of having the disease a medical crisis may occur. The lungs and kidneys are particularly at risk. Lungs and kidneys symptoms are particularly serious involvement and should be monitored vigilantly by both the doctor and the patient.

98. Lupus (Systemic Lupus Erythematosus) -- Topic Overview
What is systemic lupus erythematosus? lupus (systemic lupus erythematosus, orSLE) is a chronic disease
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What is systemic lupus erythematosus?
Lupus (systemic lupus erythematosus, or SLE) is a chronic disease that can cause inflammation, pain, and tissue damage throughout the body. Lupus is an autoimmune disease , in which a person's immune system attacks its own tissues as though they were foreign substances. If you develop serious lupus, you may have problems with your kidneys, heart, lungs, or blood cells. Although some people with lupus have mild symptoms, the disease can become severe. For most people, ongoing monitoring and treatment can control symptoms and prevent serious organ damage.

99. Lupus France
Informations sur le lupus ©ryth©mateux, ses manifestations et les traitements.
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100. Lupus: Information From WebMD
Common Virus Strongly Tied to lupus in Blacks The common EpsteinBarr virus isstrongly associated with lupus in blacks, research shows.Go To Article
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Nine out of ten people who have lupus are women. Get in-depth information on lupus, its causes, symptoms, and treatments. Plus, find daily help in our online support group. Your Guide To Lupus Overview Causes Exams and Tests Treatment Options ... Can Plastics Trigger Lupus? A family of chemicals used to make toys, polyesters, and cosmetics triggers lupus in mice bred to develop the autoimmune disease, research shows. Go To Article Feeling Run-Down? Rate Your Energy

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