|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|lupus symptoms in women||0.56||0.6||2922||91|
|lupus icd 10||1.24||0.3||2643||11|
|lupus foundation of america||1.03||1||2394||56|
|lupus anticoagulant syndrome||0.4||0.1||1212||92|
|lupus donation pickup||0.88||0.3||4198||13|
|lupus band test||0.86||0.4||5633||15|
|lupus foundation donation pickup||1.72||0.3||3710||30|
Lupus is an autoimmune disease affecting the body’s immune system, causing this system to become hyperactive and attack normal, healthy tissue. Lupus, if left untreated, can cause damage to the kidneys, heart, lungs, blood, skin, and joints.How does lupus kill you?
Lupus is a chronic autoimmune disorder. In people who have lupus, the immune system attacks healthy cells and tissues, which causes pain, swelling and organ damage, among other symptoms. Lupus can damage many parts of the body, including the: Kidney failure used to be the most common cause of lupus mortality.Does lupus ever go away?
There is no cure for lupus, however goal is to achieve remission. Because lupus is a chronic illness, symptoms will come and go; but in remission, symptoms should not be present. Lupus is a disease characterized by periods when symptoms intensify (flares) and subside (remission). Sometimes symptoms will stop for periods of up to several years.