Imagine that you can travel back to the time when you were first diagnosed. What you would tell yourself to better prepare for the journey ahead?
With the last day of the American College of Rheumatology Annual Meeting upon us, we’re ready to bring you updates on the latest findings in lupus research.
We’re back for day two of the American College of Rheumatology (ACR) Annual Scientific Meeting in San Francisco.
Our team is on the ground in San Francisco to bring you the latest in lupus research and live updates from the American College of Rheumatology's Annual Meeting.
Lupus among racial and ethnic minority groups is a significant public health problem. That’s why the Lupus Foundation of America jumped at the opportunity to contribute to a new Congressional report examining health disparities in America. More:
When lupus is misclassified as a form of arthritis, it gets lost in a crowded diagnostic category. Patient advocate Cindy Coney writes of how not knowing this distinction can lead to more problems for the person with lupus down the road.
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.
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.