A new study supported by the Lupus Foundation of America and published in Arthritis and Rheumatology offers clinicians and researchers a new way to better understand how various treatments may impact the quality of life of children and adolescents living with lupus.
This valuable tool will help doctors prevent atherosclerosis, a life-threatening complication of lupus.
Results from a small pilot study provide hope that lupus disease activity can be suppressed in children with lupus. Read more.
Lupus Foundation of America supported study finds combination therapy that includes hydroxychloroquine may be beneficial to pregnant patients with lupus and/or antiphospholipid syndrome.
A recent review of lupus quality of life studies found five common themes that describe the experiences of adults living with lupus. Healthcare providers can now use these themes to develop and expand patient-focused care and support services that will improve health and treatment outcomes.
New Tool Helps to Ensure Better Representation of Minorities in Future Lupus Quality of Life Studies
Researchers now have a cost effective tool to help them better understand the burden of disease among populations at high risk for developing lupus. Learn more.
Children with lupus may have a higher risk for developing cancer – especially blood cancers such as non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and leukemia – compared to children without lupus.
A new study that analyzed lupus treatment data from past global clinical trials suggests that when testing new drugs in combination with other background therapies, clinical trials should be designed to account for the effects that initial disease activity and background drug treatment have been shown to have on planned endpoints, like response and flare rates.