Lupus Drug Development

With the exception of Benlysta™ there hasn't been a new drug approved for lupus in over 50 years, and current options are often as toxic and damaging as the disease itself.

But unlike a decade or two ago, there is now real hope that more safe new treatments will soon be introduced and approved by the FDA.

Increasingly there is “cautious optimism” on new drugs for lupus—see perspectives from experts at a recent LRI scientific conference.

Who holds the keys to spurring new lupus therapeutics? Read about one expert’s perspective.

Why are clinical trials so vital to moving lupus treatments forward? See how trial, doctor, and participant can make it happen.

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