February 02, 2006
One's Own Stem Cells As Lupus Treatment
For all of her 20s, when Edjuana Ross should have been relishing the thrill of early adulthood, she was instead in and out of hospitals, battling a disease that attacked her skin, brain and heart.
Now, at 33, she has her life back, thanks to a stem-cell transplant from her own bone marrow, a drastic, experimental treatment that could be promising for patients with severe lupus. (Washington Post)
Posted by news editor | Filed under: Lupus