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Lupus Foundation Support Group meets at Myers Park Presbyterian Church

The Lupus Foundation Support Group will meet at Myers Park Presbyterian Church on Wednesday, June 11, 2014 from 1 p.m. until 2:30 p.m.

There is no charge to attend when The Lupus Foundation Support Group meeting and interested people can view more details online about the regularly scheduled meetings.

Also, those wanting to email someone for details may do so by using info@lupusnc.org. Someone is available to answer questions at 877-849-8271, extension 2 according to details shared online by the Charlotte Observer.

Details about seminars and other events in North Carolina are shared online at the official Lupus site. Here readers can learn when events are scheduled in their area and read news about research and ways to help themselves and others.

Symptoms that some with lupus might have can include a rash, fatigue, joint paint, confusion and more. According to information on WedMD some with lupus may also suffer hair loss, poor circulation in toes and fingers, have swollen lymph nodes and some have reported that some symptoms seem to come and go.

The Myers Park Presbyterian Church is located at 1073 Providence Road in Charlotte. The Lupus Foundation Support Group will meet in the Outreach Center in Room F102.

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