New targeted drug approved to treat Lupus patients in Australia | ABC News

For just the second time in 60 years, a targeted drug has been approved to treat Lupus patients in Australia. The autoimmune disease affects tens of thousands of people — mostly women — and the drug has been heralded as a breakthrough. Subscribe:
But as Sarah-Jane Bell reports, it's not clear how much the treatment will cost because it hasn't yet been listed on the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme.

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