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Tag: Lancet

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

Immunosuppressant Sirolimus May Offer a Lupus Treatment Option

April 5, 2018 A new clinical study published in the prestigious medical journal The Lancet found that sirolimus, a drug currently FDA approved to prevent organ transplant rejection, may offer a safe and effective treatment for lupus. In an accompanying editorial, Lupus Research Alliance Scientific Advisory Board Co-Chair Mary Crow, MD notes that in addition […] Read More
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