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What is Considered a Chronic Disease?

Chronic disease is a disease that is sustained for a long period of time, typically longer than a year. According to the CDC, six out of ten people have a chronic disease. Chronic diseases are noncommunicable, meaning that  they cannot be passed from person to person....

Questions?

I was diagnosed with Lupus in 2010, during my second year of Family Medicine residency. I was confident in my knowledge and ability to care for patients, but nothing prepared me for the questions I would have when I discovered I was sick. Sure, I learned about Lupus...