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toddlee posted:
I was reading an article from a Physician in California that was doing a study on people that was diagnosed with Lupus and is seeing a decline in the numbers of patients not taking their medications properly due to not being able to afford their medications. People that have been diagnosed with Lupus are sometimes on disability, and are seeing specialist, They are on many medications due to complications of Lupus, and it is pick your specialist ( co- pay or medications).

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