Amadlozi or witchcraft? No, it's lupus – a Soweto woman's story

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Palesa Molapo (28) is living with lupus.
Palesa Molapo (28) is living with lupus.
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“I was diagnosed at Chris Hani Baragwanath in October 2018 after having been healthy my whole life. I had never even heard of lupus before that day. My world came crushing down because all I could think about was my daughter,” she recalls.

In February 2018, Palesa started getting sick.

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