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Commonly Used Drugs May not be Effective Against Autoimmune Illness

March 14, 2014
Drugs for autoimmune diseases like lupus that block only one of the two principal signaling pathways can activate an overabundance of one potentially disease-causing type of immune cell population...

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New Antibody Shows Promise in Lupus

March 12, 2014
Initial clinical studies of epratuzumab in patients with active, moderate-to-severe systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) are suggesting promise for this monoclonal antibody.

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Unique Individual with Lupus and HIV Demonstrates Desired Immune Response to HIV

March 10, 2014
One person's unique ability to fight HIV has provided key insights into an immune response that researchers now hope to trigger with a vaccine, according to findings reported by a team that...

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Treated SLE Patients Displayed Reduced Chemokine Biomarkers

February 12, 2014
Two chemokine biomarkers displayed significantly reduced levels in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus who were treated when compared with untreated patients, according to recent study results.

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Biocruces Researchers Develop New Protocol for Treatment of Lupus Nephritis

February 1, 2014
The international Autoimmunity Review scientific journal has just published an advanced online version of the research undertaken by the Autoimmune Diseases Group at the BioCruces Health Research...

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