This week, LFA-supported researchers will share results of a study that could help expedite the delivery of new and safer therapies to people with lupus.
Trial results offer hope of a more effective and tolerable treatment option to manage lupus-related kidney disease.
The year-long initiative to make research on lupus treatments more inclusive and effective formally began on July 1.
The provision was approved by the U.S. House of Representatives' Appropriations Committee.
Lupus organizations announce groundbreaking collaborative initiative to inform lupus drug development.
A new study suggests that testing positive for lupus anticoagulant antibodies in the first trimester of pregnancy is the strongest predictor of pregnancy loss in women with lupus.
April is National Minority Health Month. Led by the Office of Minority Health at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, this month highlights the key role that disparities (great differences) play in the health and health care of communities across the country.
Lupus Organizations Continue Collaborating to Spark Innovation and Scientific Advances in Lupus Research