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The American College of Rheumatology (ACR) 2014 Annual Meeting is being held in Boston this week. The Alliance for Lupus Research (ALR) is proud to be in attendance at this scientific meeting for leaders and researchers within the field of rheumatology. The event features the latest in research and discoveries to improve care for those with rheumatic disease. Click to learn more from the ACR about this meeting.
My Life With An Invisible Illness. Other than a head tilt and me constantly rubbing my muscles or temples due to pain - there would be no physical signs of my disorder. Even with that - most people cannot recognize that anything is wrong. I'm dying from the pain, but all you can see is my smiling face. That's an invisible illness. (cdmeade)
TN- people look at you like you are "normal" but you are not. You hide your pains, and keep moving, living daily. Because you are often told, oh you still have that disease? I told you were over that ?if only they lived one day in our . Just one