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Glucocorticoids and Organ Damage in Lupus

Glucocorticoids exposure is strongly associated with irreversible organ damage in systemic lupus erythematosus, researchers report. (Lung disease in women, ©BenSchonewilleShutterstock.com)


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Best practices for the diagnosis and management of childhood rheumatologic disease is the goal of SHARE.

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Contrary to current thought and after a long period of major improvement, survival rates have not been going up.

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The latest studies explore new aspects of diagnosis, management, and comorbidities.

Study authors called for early screening and regular monitoring risk in patients with these disorders.

Transancestral study findings may lead to improved lupus diagnosis and treatment and solve ethnic disparities.

The first subcutaneous self-injection treatment option for patients with SLE has received approval.

Long-term use of HCQ and low dose aspirin may work to reduce cardiovascular events.


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