I don't believe the pharmaceutical industry is hiding a cure for lupus. This is because I don't think they actually have one that can eradicate the disease. I think the only cure is one based in ancient or alternative medicine. The pharma industry is not keen to these kinds of cures because they cannot be patented. So I don't think they have one or will ever produce one.
There is no incentive for the pharmaceutical industry to even put effort forth to find a cure for lupus because they have already found a way to treat it and make a profit. If there is no economic incentive to cure something and there is already a meaningful way to make income than these large corporations logically have no reason to invest in a cure. Also the fact that lupus in and of itself is an autoimmune disease means that the cure is most likely based around that humans food source and environment.
Millions of people suffer from lupus and would benefit from a cure. While pharmaceutical companies benefit from the drugs doctors prescribe to treat the condition, it is unfair and irresponsible to suggest that they are hiding a cure. It is tantamount to putting forward a conspiracy theory. Effective treatment to eradicate lupus would literally save lives and it is hard to believe any law-abiding corporation would stand in the way of that.
I do not believe the pharmaceutical industry is hiding a cure for lupus. A new drug was released for treatment in 2011 and that was the first in years. I don't see any reason to believe the pharmaceutical industry would hold back a product. When they do release them they hold them at ransom with high prices anyway.
I do not think that the pharmaceutical industry is hiding a cure for lupus. I think such a notion is a bit silly. I also think that the claim is without merit. There is nothing to prove that such a cure exists but is being hid by medicine companies for profit.