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Category: LupusTrials.org

Promising Data Shows Lupus Research Alliance Peer Education Program Increases Intentions to Join Clinical Trials Among Diverse Patient Population

ACR Convergence 2022 Included LRA-Authored Research on Measures to Demonstrate Treatment Efficacy for Patients with Lupus NEW YORK, NY–November 8, 2022 — The Lupus Research Alliance and its affiliate Lupus Therapeutics will present data at ACR Convergence 2022 with results showing the effectiveness of a pilot peer education program called the Patient Advocates for Lupus […] Read More

Helping Overcome Lupus Effects on Mental Health

Updated March 11, 2022 Neuropsychiatric lupus affects 80-90% of people with lupus. In a video series hosted by the Young Leaders Board of the Lupus Research Alliance, Dr. Meggan Mackay explains How to know if you have neuropsychiatric lupus and offers ways to improve cognitive health.  Dr. Mackay also describes a clinical trial she is […] Read More

Lupus Research Alliance Launches Two Major Initiatives to Increase Participation of Underrepresented Minorities in Lupus Clinical Trials and Research

January 27, 2022 NEW YORK, NY. January 27 — The Lupus Research Alliance (LRA) and its clinical affiliate Lupus Therapeutics (LT) announced two major initiatives to address underrepresentation of minorities in clinical trials and in the scientific research profession: Project CHANGE by LT and the Diversity in Lupus Research Program. The organization has tackled these […] Read More

Encouraging Results with Obinutuzumab for Lupus Nephritis

February 13, 2022 The LRA is pleased to share a recently published paper reporting that the drug, obinutuzumab, showed positive results as a potential treatment for lupus nephritis in the phase 2 clinical trial NOBILITY.  A medicine designed to attach a type of blood cell called B-cells with the marker CD20 on its surface, obinutuzumab […] Read More

Jane Salmon, MD – Determined to Help Pregnant Women Triumph Over Lupus

March 24, 2022 Recognized for her contributions to lupus during 2022’s Women’s History Month, Dr. Jane Salmon chose to specialize in lupus research because it was there that she felt she could be of greatest value.  “There were so many unknowns in lupus with all its complexity. Here was a disease primarily affecting young women […] Read More

Lupus Research Alliance and Lupus Therapeutics Response to Positive Data from Phase 2 Study on Potential First-in-class Lupus Treatment

June 1, 2022 The Lupus Research Alliance (LRA) and its clinical trial arm Lupus Therapeutics congratulate Bristol Myers Squibb (BMS) on new positive results from a Phase 2 trial of its investigational agent deucravacitinib for the treatment of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE). Deucravacitinib is a potentially first-in-class inhibitor of Tyrosine kinase 2 (TYK2), which regulates […] Read More