Hello all My name is Taylin and I am currently a year 11 student. I am studying lupus as my research project as I know a couple of people with the disease, I am very eager to learn about Lupus. Whether you have lupus, know someone with lupus or are a partner with someone with lupus, and you would like to help me or find out something please email me on firstname.lastname@example.org
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Hi my name is Taylin. I am currently a year 11 student. I am doing my research project on lupus and your post has stood out to me because its interesting to see how the partners of people with lupus have to cope. I would like to ask you a few questions If you would like to help please email me on email@example.com thankyouView Thread
Hi my name is Taylin. I am currently a year 11 student and I am doing my research project on Lupus. Your post stood out the most to me, kind of the lifestyle part. I would like to ask you a few questions if you don't mind? my email address is firstname.lastname@example.org , so if you would be happy to answer a few questions please email me thankyou so muchView Thread
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