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There are times when life is overshadowed by elements outside our control. For Wiggins, that included a devastating diagnosis of lupus. But thanks to a clinical trial led by MUSC’s Gary Gilkeson, M.D., and Diane Kamen, M.D., there is hope on the horizon — not just for Wiggins but perhaps lupus patients everywhere.
Diane Kamen, M.D.,
Associate Professor, Departments of Medicine, Division of Rheumatology
Gary Gilkeson, M.D.,
Professor, Departments of Medicine, Division of Rheumatology
Join us at the Science Café to hear about the latest methods and innovations in managing pain and fatigue, from applications for sickle cell disease to a cooling pack to reduce lower leg and vein pain, to internet based programs for fatigue associated with HIV…and much more!