JOIN US IN THE SEARCH FOR NEW TREATMENTS AND CURES

JOIN US IN THE SEARCH FOR NEW TREATMENTS AND CURES

Researchers today are on the cusp of finding new breakthroughs in the fight against lupus. Your voice is instrumental in moving this research forward. In order to ensure treatments are safe and effective for everyone, it is important that researchers learn from diverse groups of patients spanning all backgrounds and ethnicities. No matter where you stand on your journey, you can help find the next breakthroughs for all patients.

No individual can do it alone, but with the help of the entire community, we will find new treatments and cures.

Ways that you can engage in the clinical research process.

Patient Advisory Boards (PABs)

We believe that researchers must understand the very patients for whom they are developing new treatments. By participating in a PAB, you can provide feedback to all aspects of clinical trials, including protocol design, recruitment materials, assessment schedules and other aspects of how trials are designed, run and communicated about.

Patient Protocol Review Council

The Patient Protocol Review Council is a group of people living with lupus that provide feedback to pharmaceutical companies on their lupus clinical research, specifically before the design of a clinical trial called the “protocol” is finalized. Members of the Lupus Therapeutics Patient Protocol Review Council must apply to and be selected.

Participate in Clinical Research

We’re at a new dawn in lupus research. Today, there are several clinical trials and patient registries that all have one thing in common – to find the next breakthrough in lupus. The success of these efforts relies on diverse community participation. Lupus Therapeutics is working with 57 academic medical centers on clinical trials. View current Lupus Therapeutics trials here.

For more general information about lupus trials visit lupustrials.org.

To learn more, please contact us below.

Researchers today are on the cusp of finding new breakthroughs in the fight against lupus. Your voice is instrumental in moving this research forward. In order to ensure treatments are safe and effective for everyone, it is important that researchers learn from diverse groups of patients spanning all backgrounds and ethnicities. No matter where you stand on your journey, you can help find the next breakthroughs for all patients.

No individual can do it alone, but with the help of the entire community, we will find new treatments and cures.

Ways that you can engage in the clinical research process.

Patient Advisory Boards (PABs)

We believe that researchers must understand the very patients for whom they are developing new treatments. By participating in a PAB, you can provide feedback to all aspects of clinical trials, including protocol design, recruitment materials, assessment schedules and other aspects of how trials are designed, run and communicated about.

Patient Protocol Review Council

The Patient Protocol Review Council is a group of people living with lupus that provide feedback to pharmaceutical companies on their lupus clinical research, specifically before the design of a clinical trial called the “protocol” is finalized. Members of the Lupus Therapeutics Patient Protocol Review Council must apply to and be selected.

Participate in Clinical Research

We’re at a new dawn in lupus research. Today, there are several clinical trials and patient registries that all have one thing in common – to find the next breakthrough in lupus. The success of these efforts relies on diverse community participation. Lupus Therapeutics is working with 57 academic medical centers on clinical trials. View current Lupus Therapeutics trials here.

For more general information about lupus trials visit lupustrials.org.

To learn more, please contact us below.

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If you are interested in learning more about how to participate in research, please contact us with the form below. We will respond immediately.

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