Dr. Anne Stevens on Scleroderma and Lupus Research

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In this Arthritis National Research Foundation video, host Kyle Langan talks with Dr. Anne Stevens from Seattle Children’s Hospital about the autoimmune diseases lupus and scleroderma.

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Dr. Stevens discusses some of her recent research projects. One study is investigating whether not maternal cells passed from a mother to her unborn child could be responsible for autoimmune diseases and how the protein PDL1 may contribute to lupus.

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