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Blog | Jan. 22, 2016

Senate Moves Forward on Innovations for Healthier Americans

Kim Cantor, VP of Government Relations, provides an update on the Senate version of the 21st Century Cures Act that was passed in July 2015.

Blog | Jan. 19, 2016

Shannon Small: Walking Toward Acceptance

“I walk to raise awareness. I walk for the comradery. I walk for those who can’t. And I walk because (for now at least) I can,” said Shannon.

Blog | Jan. 19, 2016

Five Things You Can Do Right Now to Jump Start a Healthier Year

Read five tips to learn more about how easy it can be to start the year off right.

Blog | Jan. 07, 2016

Walk: Let Your Strength Radiate

Meet our first Walk to End Lupus Now t-shirt contest winner and start fundraising for a chance to receive the t-shirt!

Blog | Jan. 07, 2016

Friendship: An Exclusive Excerpt from Fabulupus

Fabulupus is the latest book to receive the Lupus Foundation of America seal of approval. In this excerpt, the authors discuss and offer advice on how to overcome the obstacles lupus can create in maintaining or developing friendships at any age.

Blog | Dec. 29, 2015

We Remember Dr. Evelyn Hess – A Pioneer in Lupus Research

Dr. Hess was a major contributor to understanding the causes of lupus, as well as a mentor to investigators whose work today is helping advance the science and medicine of lupus.

Blog | Dec. 18, 2015

Congress Increases Funding for Lupus in 2016

Congress voted to pass the Consolidated Appropriations Act (H.R. 2029) that will fund the federal government for 2016. Thanks to the leadership of the Lupus Foundation of America and our vast network of dedicated lupus activists, the bill provides significant funding increases and vital support for lupus research and education programs.

Blog | Dec. 16, 2015

Congress Increases Funding for Lupus in 2016

Last night, Congress unveiled its Consolidated Appropriations Act (H.R. 2029) that will fund the federal government for 2016. Thanks to the leadership of the Lupus Foundation of America and our vast network of dedicated lupus activists, the bill provides significant funding increases and vital support for lupus research and education programs. As the bill makes its way through Congress, we will keep you updated you on its progress.