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Autoimmune Diseases, Lupus, Research, Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

New Research Suggests Possible Lupus Treatment

By Jessica Whitfield

Lupus sufferers could tap a virus to suppress their symptoms as on-going lab research offers hope for potential new treatments options.

A recent study found that the Epstein Barr virus, associated with mononucleosis, serves as a protector against Lupus, an inflammatory autoimmune disease where they body’s immune system attacks its own tissues and organs.

Read the full story from Medill Reports Chicago.

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3 thoughts on “New Research Suggests Possible Lupus Treatment

  1. I have read some articles which mention that there could be some new lupus treatments on the horizon. I have to say that this is a really informative blog! This may be coming a little late, but I wanted to share this lupus infographic with you (it’s titled Get in the Loop – Raising Awareness for Lupus). It was created last month in honor of National Lupus Awareness month, and I thought that you might find it interesting. Thanks!

    Posted by Stephen Trevathan | June 30, 2012, 10:58 am
  2. Hello, I just wanted to say thanks for keeping up such a great resource here. I really appreciate all the information that you have provided on lupus and other autoimmune conditions. I also wanted to thank Stephen for sharing that really great infographic on lupus! With that in mind, I have another infographic on lupus that I was hoping to share with you guys too. This one is titled Lupus: a Closer Look at this Autoimmune Condition. I hope you get a chance to check it out.

    Posted by AvailFlorida | January 9, 2013, 12:48 pm

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