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    Research Study to Learn More about What Causes Lupus
    • Conditions:Autoimmune, Human Genetics, Lupus
    • Gender:Female, Male
    This is a research study to determine the cause of lupus and to improve understanding of the disease. The study specifically seeks to help find the genes that are involved in lupus development and to learn how they work differently in people with and without the condition. Studying lupus at the gen... More
    Lupus Puberty Study
    • Conditions:Autoimmune, Lupus, Rheumatology
    • Gender:Female
    The purpose of this study is to learn more about why systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is more common in females than males, and why it often seems to get worse during puberty.... More
    Lupus Treatment Adherence Study
    • Conditions:Autoimmune, Lupus
    • Gender:Female, Male
    Cincinnati Children’s is conducting a research study to help determine whether or not text messaging, emailing and/or motivational interviewing can help patients with lupus or related diseases remember to take their medications as prescribed by their doctors and come to visits on a regular basis.... More
    Mood, Thinking and Memory Study: Children With/ Without Lupus
    • Conditions:Autoimmune, Lupus, Rheumatology
    • Gender:Female, Male
    The purpose of this research study is to find out whether mood, thinking, memory, visual skills and coordination skills of individuals with childhood-onset systemic lupus erythematosus (lupus) are different from individuals without lupus. Lupus is a complex autoimmune, rheumatic disease with sympto... More
    Ovary Protection Medication Study for Childhood Onset Lupus
    • Conditions:Adult Studies, Autoimmune, Lupus, Medications, Rheumatology
    • Gender:Female
    To determine the safety and effectiveness of an ovary protection medication (triptorelin), and its dosage and the time necessary to suppress ovaries to protect them against harmful effects of chemotherapy used in treating lupus.... More
    Research Study to Learn More about What Causes Lupus
    • Conditions:Autoimmune, Lupus
    • Gender:Female, Male
    This is a research study to determine the cause of lupus and to improve understanding of the disease. The study specifically seeks to help find the genes that are involved in lupus development and to learn how they work differently in people with and without the condition. Studying lupus at the gen... More
    Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE) Database
    • Conditions:Autoimmune, Lupus
    • Gender:Female, Male
    The purpose of this study is to create an electronic database of patients with the diagnosis of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) so that they may be a resource of patients to contact for clinical trials of new medicines. If you agree to participate, you will be contacted about these trials and it... More
    Children, Teens and Adults 10 to 21 Needed for Lupus Screening Tool Research Study
    • Conditions:Lupus, Rheumatology
    • Gender:Female, Male
    The purpose of this research study is to find out if a computer based test can be used to find out early if children with systematic lupus erythematosus are having changes in their thinking skills. If this can be done, we may be able to use the information to better treat children with lupus. ... More
    Children and Teens 8 to 18 Needed for Lupus Outcomes Research Study
    • Conditions:Lupus, Rheumatology
    • Gender:Female, Male
    The purpose of this research study is to support the Pediatric Patient Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) Item Banks for pediatric systematic lupus erythematosus (pSLE) and compare its performance to other quality of life measures previously proven for pSLE.... More
    Children and Teens Needed for Lupus Outcomes Research Study
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    The purpose of this research study is to find better ways to measure and monitor kidney (renal) disease activity and damage in people with Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE). The study will look for indicators of kidney disease as well as determine the relationship between the levels of biomarkers ... More

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