Kim Cantor, VP of Government Relations, provides an update on the Senate version of the 21st Century Cures Act that was passed in July 2015.
The research presented brings the promise of better outcomes for pregnant women with lupus and their babies.
The research plan identifies and examines opportunities to increase scientific understanding of lupus, which will ultimately lead to safer and more effective treatments and, eventually, curative strategies
Dr. Hess was a major contributor to understanding the causes of lupus, as well as a mentor to investigators whose work today is helping advance the science and medicine of lupus.
Congress voted to pass the Consolidated Appropriations Act (H.R. 2029) that will fund the federal government for 2016. Thanks to the leadership of the Lupus Foundation of America and our vast network of dedicated lupus activists, the bill provides significant funding increases and vital support for lupus research and education programs.
We continued to make important advances in 2015 toward our vision of a life free of lupus for millions of people around the world.
With the last day of the American College of Rheumatology Annual Meeting upon us, we’re ready to bring you updates on the latest findings in lupus research.
Findings from Eight Lupus Foundation of America-supported research studies presented during the American College of Rheumatology Annual Scientific Meeting.