Cancer drug shows promise as lupus treatment


A drug used for cancer patients has emerged as a potential treatment for lupus, with at least one randomised control trial already underway and some rheumatologists already believed to be testing it in clinical practice. The study, published in Nature Medicine has revealed a natural immune system protein called interleukin-2 (IL-2) can help restore balance ...


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