Lupus Research Alliance News
Cómo pueden los hombres hacer frente a una enfermedad crónica como el lupus

October 7, 2021 En reconocimiento del Mes de la Herencia Hispana, compartiremos una entrada del blog de la profesional Priscilla Toral, trabajadora social clínica con licencia (LCSW) en el Hospital for Special Surgery, sobre cómo manejar el lupus siendo hombre. Las comunidades hispana y latina se encuentran entre las que tienen mayor riesgo de contraer […] READ MORE

Tips on How Men Can Cope with Lupus from HSS Professional

October 7, 2021 In recognition of Hispanic Heritage Month, we are sharing a blog post from Latina professional Priscilla Toral, LCSW at Hospital for Special Surgery for managing as a male with lupus. The Hispanic/Latino community are among those at higher risk for lupus. Lupus is traditionally known as a woman’s disease, because it affects […] READ MORE

LRA Summarizes ACR Guidelines On COVID-19 Vaccines

September 22, 2021 Should people with lupus be vaccinated against COVID-19? Should people with lupus take the third dose of the Pfizer/Biogen or Moderna mRNA COVID-19 vaccine? Do people with lupus qualify as immunocompromised? How can people with lupus protect themselves from COVID-19? Many of you have had these questions and more since the U.S. […] READ MORE

Lupus Research Alliance Grants $6 Million in First Global Team Science Awards

This Largest-Ever Grant Will Fund Two Projects Examining Why Lupus Differs for Each Person NEW YORK, NY. Sept. 21. Today, the Lupus Research Alliance is pleased to announce the inaugural recipients of its largest grant to date, the Global Team Science Award, which will fund international, multidisciplinary research teams to unravel lupus heterogeneity with the […] READ MORE

LRA Recognizes International Day of Charity

September 2, 2021 The United Nations designated September 5 as the annual International Day of Charity to urge people worldwide to help others through volunteer and philanthropic activities.  The Lupus Research Alliance is happy to join groups around the world in acknowledging this important yearly observance.  We are very proud to be recognized by several independent charity watchdog organizations that monitor and encourage […] READ MORE

Thanks to LADA for Major Donation to Research Funding

August 24, 2021 We give a big thank you to the Lupus and Allied Diseases Association, Inc. (LADA) for their generous donation of $120,000 to support research funded by the Lupus Research Alliance.  The funding is specifically directed to Dr. Zahi Touma at University of Toronto for his Modeling Cognitive Impairment project and Dr. Joyce Chang at Boston Children’s […] READ MORE

A “Call to Arms” for the Lupus Community

August 18, 2021 Many lupus patients are at risk for COVID-19 infection because of treatment with corticosteroids and other immunosuppressive medications and will be eligible for booster vaccination. However, there are large gaps in our understanding of who will benefit from the booster vaccines, what strategies will improve response to the vaccine and the best […] READ MORE

Two Studies Show COVID-19 Vaccines are Well-Tolerated Among Lupus Patients

August 12, 2021 In two recent studies, researchers found that the four COVID-19 vaccines are well-tolerated in lupus patients. Given that the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines are the first mRNA vaccines currently authorized for the emergency use in people, lupus researchers have since worked to answer questions specifically about potential side effects and whether these […] READ MORE

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