Pregnancy Outcomes Improved in Lupus

A recent article from Medscape discusses study findings showing that pregnancy outcomes have improved in American women with SLE over the last two decades.

The findings were recently published in the Annals of Internal Medicine.

Pregnancy outcomes improved among women with lupus over the past 2 decades; one expert questioned results and stressed that these women are still at high risk for poor outcomes such as maternal death.

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