I've been a regular for a few months on DS, but don't get into 12 years of watching my daughter's SLE too much. It would take a book. But it's thus far disabled her for any more school or working for the past several years. The prognosis is poor. I'm just entering this as my personal statement. But may not be able to give much advice. So it doesn't have to be a discussion.
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