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    New York City's S.L.E. Lupus Foundation is pleased to name the latest recipients of its Career Development and Basic Science Fellowships: Josephine Isgro, MD of Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS), Dipyaman Ganguly, PhD of Columbia University Medical Center, and Yi Yan, PhD of the Feinstein Institute at North Shore-Long Island Jewish (LIJ) Hospital. These grants, totaling $420,000, push the S.L...

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    Very interesting, especially to those of us in the NYC vacinity who might be looking for new doctors/research studies.
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    What wonderful news! At least someone is trying to help us get well!
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    Well that brilliant for Lupus suffers abroad with SLE, more than i can say for this country.

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    good to see these grants were handed to people who are following on where others had to stop.
    all three recipients are extending studies already undertaken by others.
    that means that the first studies were worthwile, and progress can be made in making our lives better.

    many studies run out of funds and go nowhere. these studies are going somewhere.
    thank you new york.

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