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Find all the latest information on lupus therapeutics, arranged by class and intervention.

Antimalarials form the backbone of lupus treatment, with corticosteroids used as required, to induce remission of flares. Immunosuppressive therapy and additional biologic therapies may be added to treatment regimens to facilitate glucocorticoid tapering for severe disease or in specific disease manifestations.

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