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  • APS Foundation of America, Inc. .

    APS (also known as "sticky blood syndrome") makes the blood clot too easily. It is often the cause of multiple miscarriages and is potentially fatal. Increasingly common, it threatens to become more prevalent than MS and lupus. This book takes an important look at this dangerously under-diagnosed autoimmune disease and provides medical information, case studies, and patient interviews to help the reader learn to cope.

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    Positive Options for Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS): Self-Help and Treatment

  • Alex Atkinson

    Great book on APS

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Be your own health advocate. After constantly being told "'nothing is wrong", a potentially fatal blood clotting disease(APS/Hughes Syndrome) can be found with a few tests.

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Antiphospholipid antibody syndrome or APS is an autoimmune disease that is more commonly associated with women but men & even children can also have APS. We need more awareness brought to this disease that steals away loved ones whether thru multiple miscarriages, stroke, catastrophic events, clots, or any number of other complications. Please share your photos, your stories, whatever else on Instagram or Facebook or twitter. Share with friends & the world. Together we can make a difference.

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Antiphospholipid antibody syndrome (commonly called antiphospholipid syndrome or APS) is a recently identified autoimmune disease present mostly in young women. Those with APS make abnormal proteins called antiphospholipid autoantibodies in the blood. This causes blood to flow improperly and can lead to dangerous clotting in arteries and veins, problems for a developing fetus and pregnancy miscarriage. People with this disorder may otherwise be healthy, or they also may suffer from an underlying

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Update: Me And My APS…Do you know anyone with APS/Antiphospholipid Syndrome/Hughes Syndrome? 1/100 people are affected, mostly women, and it is highly undiagnosed.