Autoimmune Disease, In the News, Research
on May 10th, 2012
HealthDay News has a nice round-up today of the latest in the diagnosis and treatment of the autoimmune disease lupus. Progress, the piece emphasizes, is being made:
“It’s a very promising time in lupus research. It’s reminiscent of where rheumatoid arthritis was 10 to 15 years ago when many patients ended up in wheelchairs. I don’t see many rheumatoid arthritis patients in wheelchairs anymore,” [Kenneth Kalunian, MD, a professor of clinical medicine at the University of California, San Diego] said.
Previously: Promising results in lupus study, Research shows why lupus may be more common in black, Asian people and Learning about lupus