Leading the way to a cure

Lupus News

Lactobacillus-containing Probiotics can Improve Lupus Symptoms

October 21, 2014
Lactobacillus species, commonly seen in yogurt cultures, correlate, in the guts of mouse models, with mitigation of lupus symptoms, while Lachnospiraceae, a type of Clostridia, correlate with...

See full story >

American College of Rheumatology Extends Lupus Initiative

October 8, 2014
The American College of Rheumatology announced a $2 million, 1-year extension of its initiative to eliminate health disparities in lupus. The grant was given to them by the Department of Health and...

See full story >

DNA-Packaging Proteins May Hold Key to Lupus Vaccine

October 6, 2014
An investigational peptide vaccine may help normalize immune function in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE). It also may benefit family members of SLE patientsand others at high risk...

See full story >

Can Big Data Tell Us What Clinical Trials Don’t?

October 3, 2014
When a helicopter rushed a 13-year-old girl showing symptoms suggestive of kidney failure to Stanford’s Packard Children’s Hospital, Jennifer Frankovich was the rheumatologist on call. She and a...

See full story >

Lilly to Discontinue Development of Tabalumab Based on Efficacy Results in Phase 3 Lupus Studies

October 2, 2014
Eli Lilly and Company (NYSE: LLY) announced today it will discontinue development of tabalumab­ -- being studied for the treatment of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE, commonly known as lupus) --...

See full story >

Items 36 - 40 of 100  Previous12345678910Next

1.5 million

people in the U.S. have Lupus.

100 million

dollars committed to lupus research by the Alliance for Lupus Research.

We're walking across the United States to raise awareness and funds for lupus research.

Can't make it? Join our National Virtual Walk to participate anytime, anywhere.

Show your support by visiting the Alliance for Lupus Research online store. Discover the perfect gift, or prepare for a walk with our selection of apparel and accessories.