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Lupus Research Update: 2009 Volume 2

Volume 2, 2009 - Online Edition | In This Issue


Discovery of Gene Linked to Gender in Lupus >
Breakthrough: Risk Factors for Blood Clots in People With Lupus >
Congratulations, Mr. Johnson, on Corporate Citizenship Award! >
Looking Ahead to the Future of Genetic Research >
The Face of Lupus: Dani Garceau, Baltimore, Maryland >

Congratulations, Mr. Johnson, on Corporate Citizenship Award!

We want to be among the first to congratulate our Board Chair, Robert Wood (Woody) Johnson IV, on receiving the Award for Corporate Citizenship from the Woodrow Wilson International Center. This prestigious award is given to executives who, by their examples and their business practices, have shown a deep concern for the common good beyond the corporate bottom line. As Chair of the Alliance for Lupus Research’s Board of Directors and a tireless advocate for increased funding for research on lupus and other autoimmune diseases, Mr. Johnson has clearly demonstrated his personal commitment to good corporate citizenship.


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