New lupus therapies target the IFN-1 pathway
New data shows IFN-1 high patients have a better response to certain therapies
IFN-1 Test for Lupus
Two new lupus therapies target the influential IFN-1 pathway
- The key role of IFN-1 in the progression of lupus
- How a patient’s IFN-1 status may affect response to standard therapy
- Specific mechanisms of action of 2 new therapies that interrupt the IFN-1 pathway
- Studies and data featuring patient response to belimumab and anifrolumab
Two new therapies, targeting molecules within the influential Interferon Type 1 (IFN-1) signaling cascade, have been shown to benefit some patients that do not respond well to standard therapies.
After years of limited therapeutic options for lupus, the development of personalized treatments offers hope to patients struggling to control their disease.