Eight LFA-supported research studies presented during the American College of Rheumatology Annual Scientific Meeting
Grant provides an unprecedented opportunity to further build out meaningful programs and services for people with lupus and physicians.
The Lupus Foundation of America research grants will support important studies on immune cells, pediatric lupus, stem cells, biomarkers, and environmental triggers of lupus.
A new Congressional report includes an article contributed by the Lupus Foundation of America on health disparities among people with lupus and current efforts to improve treatment and diagnosis in minority communities.
Results from a study of epratuzumab were released today. It did not meet its primary endpoint of clinically reducing the severity of lupus in people with mild to moderate disease. The following is a statement from Sandra C. Raymond, President and CEO