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Me’Gan Caesar
December 3, 2010
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Lupus Erythematosus

Szuda, Stephanie “Health: Life with Lupus.” The Times. 11 Jan 2008. 19 Nov 2010. <> Summary:
The story is about a 25 year old guy name Jason Holland. Jason is living with Lupus Erythematosus. Lupus is a chronic inflammatory disease. He has internal and external lupus that affects his internal organs and skin. He takes 15 pills a day just to make it through the day. He goes to the doctor three to four times a month just to keep track on how his body is working well with his everyday life (“health life2). Holland has to overcome major health issue just to make it thought the day. He really couldn’t do much in school so he drop out of school and got into a business program that allowed him to finish school over the internet. Now he just purchased his first house so he can have a semi-normal life living with Lupus (1). Analysis:

Jason Holland is a prime example of a soldier of life. He proves to us that there is a better side of life dealing with a serious disease. This article was very informative to someone that is dealing with Lupus. It also gives hope to someone that think that they can’t go on. This article is telling us that we can have a normal life while dealing with a serious disease.

“About Lupus.” Lupus foundation of America. 2010. 19 Nov 2010. <> Summary:
The Lupus Foundation of America gives us information about Lupus. It provides us various topics to look at and to better understand Lupus. Lupus is a chronic inflammatory disease that can affect various parts of the body, especially the skin, joints, blood and kidneys. It will give us the information that we need to learn more about the disease. It gives us the causes and what triggers the symptoms. However, scientist thinks that people are born with this disease and that it is heredity, environment, and hormones is involved. There are...
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