How Does Resunab Differ From Other Lupus Therapies?

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

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

Dr. Mackay talks briefly about the effects of Resunab. It not only suppresses the proteins that cause inflammation but also encourages the growth of proteins which promote the resolution of the inflammation, and is the only drug available for lupus patients that does that. Dr. Mackay hopes that in the future Resunab will be used for lupus patients instead of corticosteroids.

Find out more about how the body’s cells are affected by lupus. 

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