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New patron for Arthritis Research UK

15th December 2011

Professor Graham Hughes, Head of the London Lupus Centre at London Bridge Hospital, has become a new patron of Arthritis Research UK.

A specialist in lupus, also known systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) which is a potentially serious an autoimmune disease affecting the skin, joints and internal organs, the consultant rheumatologist identified the clotting disorder now known as Hughes Syndrome in 1983. Dr Liam O’Toole, chief executive of Arthritis Research UK, said the charity was delighted to have the support of such a renowned expert as Professor Hughes.

 

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Title: New patron for Arthritis Research UK
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 20591
Date Added: 15th Dec 2011

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