Lupus Patients Go Into Remission in ‘Spectacular’ Immunotherapy Trial

Five seriously ill lupus patients have seen their disease driven into remission after a single infusion of modified immune cells. Five patients (four women and one man) have been in remission for between 5 to 17 months, and in that time, their disease has not relapsed despite a resurgence of B cells a few months after treatment. The patients’ symptoms also improved so much that months later, they no longer needed to take the medications they once did to manage their condition. Scientists are calling the results “spectacular” and “incredibly exciting”

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