Resunab for the Treatment of Lupus: What to Know About it

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by Wendy Henderson |

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In this short video from Corbus Pharmaceutical Holdings Ltd, Dr. Meggan Mackay from the Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine, Hempstead, New York, tells us a little bit about Resunab treatment for lupus.

Read how Corbus added a clinical protocol to a lupus Phase 2 trial for Resunab.

Dr. Mackay talks briefly about a study funded by the National Institute for Health in co-operation with Corbus Pharmaceutical Holdings Ltd and the Autoimmune Centers of Excellence where lupus patients will be treated with Resunab.

Find out about 23andMe’s genetic research into lupus.

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