Lupus Nephritis: How Lupus Affects Your Kidneys

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Being a disease that affects people by attacking the immune system, lupus can affect any part of the body, including the kidneys. Once lupus attacks your kidneys, it means you have a type of lupus called lupus nephritis.

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In this video, shared by South Texas Renal Care Group STRCG, listen to Dr. Devulapally and Dr. Syed as they share some important information about kidney diseases, how lupus can affect your kidneys and how to address treatment for it.

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