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Dec. 11, 2014—Jun. 02, 2015

2015 Walk to End Lupus Now

Columbus - April 18th
Atlanta - May 2nd
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Jan. 01, 2015—Jun. 19, 2016

2015 Lupus Empowerment Series - Programs and Resources

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Feb. 05, 2015 6:30 pm

2015 Atlanta Walk Kickoff

Thursday | February 5th
Complimentary Food and Beverage
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Feb. 12, 2015 6:30 pm

2015 Columbus Walk Kickoff

Thursday | February 12th
Complimentary Food and Beverage
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Feb. 21, 2015 10:00 am

2015 Southside Lupus Empowerment Symposium

Dr. Kimberley Wilson will present Understanding Lupus, register today!


Latest News See all stories >

Jul. 25, 2014

LFA Stimulates $7.6 Million in New Funding for Lupus Research and Education Programs

Our advocacy efforts are part of the Foundation’s comprehensive strategy to increase funding to solve the cruel mystery of lupus.

Jul. 01, 2014

Emory University Doctoral Student among a New Generation of Lupus Researchers Enlisted in the Fight

Laura Plantinga, a doctoral student in epidemiology at the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University, has been awarded a fellowship from the Lupus Foundation of America, the only national force dedicated to solving the cruel mystery of lupus.

Jun. 17, 2014

Study Shows American Indian and Alaska Native Populations Have a High Risk for Lupus

Additional data from the CDC National Lupus Patient Registry project demonstrates 
that lupus is a widespread disease with a significant impact

Jun. 11, 2014

Foundation Studies Provide Insight on New Ways to Improve Care and Management of Lupus

Data from two Lupus Foundation of America studies is being presented during the 2014 European League Against Rheumatism (EULAR) Congress, a major European medical conference focusing on the field of rheumatology.

Oct. 24, 2013

African American women develop lupus at a younger age with more complications

Atlanta - There are substantial racial disparities in the burden of lupus, according to initial data from the largest and most far-reaching study ever conducted on the disease and published online today by the journal, Arthritis and Rheumatism. The data also confirms that black females disproportionately are burdened by lupus, a devastating and complicated autoimmune disease.