In early May, I gave a talk on Hughes syndrome at the annual meeting of the Royal college of GPs, here in London. Three hundred attendees, and piles of questions.
On Saturday, 18th May, I was a guest speaker at the annual meeting of the patient’s society, Lupus UK, held this year in Exeter – two and half hours by train each way. I really do congratulate Chris Maker and his team on a packed and clearly successful meeting. I am told that the talks were filmed and recorded and that Lupus UK are hoping to make it available to their members.
Our own big meeting, on the 13th of September is filling up quickly. We are covering what I call ‘The Big Three” (Hughes syndrome, Sjogren’s syndrome and Lupus) and we have a packed programme, with TV doctor, Dr Chris Steele as our special guest (for booking, visit: www.londonlupuscentre.com).