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The Autoimmune Connection

Autoimmune Connection

Essential Information for Women on Diagnosis, Treatment and Getting on With Your Life

In this newly-published revised edition (McGraw-Hill, 2016), women will learn how to sort out vague and seemingly unrelated early signs and symptoms; how to handle doctors who say it’s “all in your head;” which diagnostic tests may be needed – and what the results might mean; how ADs and treatments can affect women at different stages of life including pregnancy and menopause; new and emerging treatments and therapies (such as stem cell transplants and gene therapy); where to find the proper specialist; and how to navigate the health-care system in the age of the Affordable Care Act.

Newly updated and available from Autoimmune Association here

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