Thursday, July 9, 2009

New York Times website Patient Voices Feature on Lupus

I just received this from the Lupus Foundation of America:

The New York Times website is featuring the stories of lupus patients from across the country as part of their Patient Voices series. With the use of audio interviews and photos, Patient Voices seeks to give a glimpse into the life of someone living with lupus. The stories featured are as diverse as the disease itself, and include actress/model Tomiko Fraser Hines, who lost her sister to lupus, and Jeremy Margolis, who recently suffered a heart attack resulting from lupus complications.
The LFA would like to thank the participants for having the courage to share their stories, and believe they will not only help raise awareness, but also educate the public about a disease that is often misunderstood and underappreciated. We encourage you to listen to the stories, and hope you will share this exciting piece with friends and family.Visit the New York Times website to listen to the interviews and view the pictures.

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