For World Lupus Day, Anne Charlet, vice chair of LUPUS EUROPE, was interviewed by MedTech.

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When Anne Charlet’s teenage daughter complained of extreme fatigue, she thought it was just end-of-school year tiredness or anaemia.

But a precautionary blood test that revealed an unusually low platelet count led to a completely unexpected diagnosis several months later: lupus.

“It was all a blur, but I remember the medical staff repeatedly asking Amélie the same questions, which we thought were really weird at the time,” recalls Anne. These included: “Is your hair falling out?”; “Have you noticed any rashes?”; and “Do your joints ache?” among others. ….

To read the whole story, please click here.

Anne is a member of Lupus France

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4 days ago
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As much as we love hearing from you all and appreciate the time you take to share how you #kicklupus and inspire others, we cannot allow any content specifically about healing products for lupus.

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#WorldLupusDay finishes today, but #lupusawareness does not. There is so much more we can do to make life with #lupus better. Watch our vice chair, Anne Charlet, talk about her journey of becoming a Board Member.
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