Working together with stakeholders, we take great pride in the following 2014 accomplishments and advancements in lupus research and awareness.
Brittney McBath initially chose not to tell anyone about her lupus because she didn't want to be treated differently. See how Brittney transformed into a lupus activist, leading a team of walkers and speaking out for all those with lupus.
Sarah Stothers, Lupus Foundation of America Health Educator, reports back about findings from American College of Rheumatology's Annual Meeting in Boston last month. Read more.
Scott Exler was a published author at the age of nine. At that young age, when most children are only focused on school, homework, and sports, Scott became an unexpected expert on lupus and wrote a book based on his experiences.
During this season of gratitude, we are so thankful for caring and passionate supporters like you.
The annual American College of Rheumatology (ACR) Annual Scientific Meeting, a major event in the rheumatology community, is coming to an end today but our work doesn’t stop here.
We will be featuring Lupus Foundation of America initiatives and other Foundation-funded research today, as well as attending sessions on anti-phosopholipid syndrome and other sessions of interest to people living with lupus. Learn more!
This week, we are celebrating the first anniversary of the official launch announcement of Lupus Science & Medicine™ the first-ever international, Open Access medical journal dedicated to advancing knowledge in the diagnosis, treatment and management of lupus and related diseases.