Dr Marline Squance visits Launceston as part of Lupus Awareness Month

Jessica Willard
By Jessica Willard
October 17 2018 - 8:15pm
NETWORK: Lupus Association of Tasmania president Dr Lois Beckwith, with Autoimmune Resource and Research Centre chief executive Dr Marline Squance. Picture: Jessica Willard

It took Lois Beckwith 35 years to receive her lupus diagnosis, after first presenting with symptoms at age 11. 

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Jessica Willard

Jessica Willard

Senior Journalist and Health Reporter

Being a health reporter to me is about more than just reporting the problems. It's about asking why they are happening in the first place and what needs to change to fix it.