Researchers have created a set of 21 candidate criteria for systemic lupus erythematosus as apart of a multiphase development of a set of criteria for the disease.
Fractional exhaled nitric oxide monitoring may provide a potential biomarker of disease activity and signify the emergency of pulmonary involvement in children with SLE.
Researchers from the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research may have identified a potential cause for lupus, which may lead to new treatment options.
Preclinical alterations in levels of soluble mediators may predict transition to SLE for unaffected relatives of patients with SLE.
Consuming adequate amounts of the right nutrients can help relieve symptoms and improve outcomes in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus.
The Lupus Foundation of America announced it is accepting applications for 8 research grants to fund lupus research.
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