From our latest Research Update Newsletter:
Lupus primarily affects women during their reproductive years and it has been reported that women having more active disease are at greater risk of flares during pregnancy. The researchers hoped to determine the specific effects of active lupus-related kidney disease (lupus nephritis or LN) on pregnancy outcomes, as well as complications that might occur in the mothers or babies.
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