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Native American patients tend to be diagnosed earlier in life with lupus than do Americans of European descent, and have worse rheumatic disease symptoms.
Lupus afflicts women nine times as often as it does men. Researchers ask why.
New research demonstrates that twins of lupus patients are at an increased risk of also contracting lupus or another autoimmune disease.
A study found that the addition of voclosporin to standard treatment of acute lupus nephritis increased the speed of remission and overall remission rates.
A new study suggests that lupus low disease activity state is "a much more clinically attainable state than the stricter definitions of remission."