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Optimizing Outcomes in Lupus Nephritis: Early Detection and Treatment Strategies

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Optimizing Outcomes in Lupus Nephritis: Early Detection and Treatment Strategies

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    About 50 percent of lupus patients will develop lupus nephritis, and after 10 years, up to 20 percent of these patients will have end-stage renal disease. This highlights the importance of integrating the latest guidelines into clinical practice to diagnose and treat these patients early on in their journey. Tune in to hear Dr. Brian McDonough speak with Dr. Robin Dore about the latest guideline recommendations along with other essential screening and treatment strategies for patients with lupus nephritis. Dr. Dore is a Clinical Professor of Medicine at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. 

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    About 50 percent of lupus patients will develop lupus nephritis, and after 10 years, up to 20 percent of these patients will have end-stage renal disease. This highlights the importance of integrating the latest guidelines into clinical practice to diagnose and treat these patients early on in their journey. Tune in to hear Dr. Brian McDonough speak with Dr. Robin Dore about the latest guideline recommendations along with other essential screening and treatment strategies for patients with lupus nephritis. Dr. Dore is a Clinical Professor of Medicine at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. 

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Schedule24 May 2024