This webinar will provide basic background information on lupus in teenagers, including signs and symptoms and how to properly manage it. Dr. Kahn will give suggestions for making the transition from pediatric care to adult care as smooth as possible. In addition, Dr. Kahn will answer questions from the audience.
15-20% of lupus starts prior to 18 years of age
Lupus can be more severe in certain ethnic groups
Lupus can be more severe in childhood
Medication adherence is of critical importance
Healthy, reciprocal, honest communication with your rheumatologist is critical
Please Attend if you are a:
Family of a lupus patient
Primary Care Doctor
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