Researchers have released a second set of results from the PROMISSE study showing that proteins measured in the mother’s blood can predict whether or not a woman with lupus is likely to experience serious complications during pregnancy.
A newly published study found that perceptions of racism in healthcare were more common in African-American (AA) patients than in white (WH) patients with systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) and were associated with depression
A recently published study has shown an association between high levels of saturated fat in the blood and an increase in inflammatory induced tissue damage. Published in the September 8 edition of Cell Reports, the study has potential implications for patients with immune disorders such as lupus.
As reported by Rheumatology Network, a new study published in American Journal of Public Health reports that unfair treatment by healthcare professionals is associated with disease damage among black women.