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Along with longer disease duration and older age, lower income was linked with lupus damage, according to a recently published study.“Unmodified characteristics, such as longer disease duration, older age and self-report as non-white race, were associated with damage,” the researchers wrote. “However, low income and the incapacity to work because of lupus were also associated with organ damage.”
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