The latest news on lupus
Experimental treatments altered immune response in small, preliminary studies
About 80 percent of women delivered without complications
Those with weak reaction more likely to have disease flares after vaccination, researchers say
Both inflammatory diseases up odds of developing atrial fibrillation, which is tied to stroke, study suggests
White blood cells called neutrophils implicated in the autoimmune disease.
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Last-approved lupus drug sanctioned 56 years ago
Patients receiving Benlysta did far better than those receiving placebo, researchers found
Those with conditions such as lupus appear more vulnerable, study suggests
Decade after diagnosis and trauma, woman still feels 'blessed'