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Blog | Sep. 09, 2014

New Partnership to Accelerate Lupus Medicine Development

Increasing funding for lupus research is a top priority for the Lupus Foundation of America. We urge Congress to robustly fund the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the largest source of biomedical research (and lupus) funding in the country.

Blog | Sep. 05, 2014

Share Your Story, Inspire Others

Join Nick and the many others who are sharing their stories by becoming a media spokesperson. Learn more!

Blog | Sep. 03, 2014

September Walk to End Lupus Now™ Events

Thousands of people across the country will walk and raise funds for lupus research, education, and awareness efforts. Watch our video to see why we walk now!

Blog | Aug. 19, 2014

Parenting and Back to School

Farah Jasmine, author of the blog High Heels and Training Wheels, discusses some of the difficulties of taking part in some of the most typical parts of being a parent: back to school shopping and school activities.

Blog | Aug. 18, 2014

Five Lessons Health Advocates Can Teach Us

Health advocates are part of a new profession to help patients remove barriers to the care they want and need. This emerging field helps patients by building skills and connecting them to resources so patients can participate and drive their health care experience and make the best decisions possible.

Blog | Aug. 18, 2014

Fall Walks are Just Around the Corner!

Join one of America's largest lupus walk events in September and Walk to End Lupus Now!

Blog | Aug. 04, 2014

A Family Affair

Valentina Vergati and her husband Eric are the recent winners of Brides Live Wedding 2014. Valentina, whose father and younger sister were both diagnosed with lupus, is an active member of the Lupus Foundation of America, Lone Star Chapter and explains what lupus means to her.

Blog | Jun. 18, 2014

Help Us, Help You: Why Surveys Matter

In her blog, Sara Chang, Senior Manager of Advocacy and Government Relations writes about the importance of participating in surveys.