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    Default $3.6 Million Awarded To Drive Innovative Science In Lupus And Autoimmunity

    The Lupus Research Institute (LRI) has named 12 new grant recipients for 2009. The awards, totaling $3.6 million, recognize innovative work across a broad spectrum of lupus research. All were selected for their creativity, novelty, and potential to drive scientific discovery to ultimately prevent, treat, and cure the complex disease of systemic lupus.

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    What a good idea thanks for all your hard work!

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    • Testing a new way to monitor lupus nephritis (kidney inflammation) without intrusive and sometimes damaging biopsies via noninvasive MRI scans.
    • Pinpointing novel genes specifically associated with lupus in people of African-American ancestry-a population more commonly affected by lupus, and also far more likely to experience severe disease.
    • Taking the unconventional approach that nervous system networks modulate inflammation and can be targeted to limit damage to organs in lupus.

    If they really put more research into these areas, we might make some significant progress.

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