Lupus Now

Magazine | Mar. 01, 2013

Access to Care: What is Being Done, and for Whom?

After more than a half-century of drought, many new treatments are in development for lupus. However, approval of a new treatment does not ensure that all people with lupus will be able to try it.

Magazine | Mar. 01, 2013

When Lupus Targets the Kidneys

Making gains against lupus kidney disease

Magazine | Mar. 01, 2013

Uniting Against Lupus

Atlanta black colleges rally to raise awareness

Magazine | Nov. 01, 2012

Investigating Infections - Lupus Makes It Tough to Ward Off Illness

It’s no secret that infections pose a greater risk for people living with lupus. In fact, infections are the second most common major cause of illness and death for people with the disease. It is important to make your health a priority, and take steps to protect yourself.

Magazine | Nov. 01, 2012

Growing Up: Teens, young adults must learn to manage lupus on their own

For many young people with lupus, the transition to caring for themselves as adults is challenging.

Magazine | Nov. 01, 2012

AVISE™ SLE: Improving Diagnosis, Improving Care

A single test that can help diagnose a complex disease like lupus by ruling out other potential diseases could help physicians reach a definitive diagnosis in a shorter period of time. The AVISE™ SLE test has been shown to do just that.

Magazine | Nov. 01, 2012

Connect for Immunity

People with strong social relationships have fewer health problems, are happier, and have increased longevity, researchers found.

Magazine | Nov. 01, 2012

Alternatives for Health: Complementary & alternative therapies may ease symptoms

In addition to medications and other medical care from doctors, a large and growing number of people turn to other healing practices to try to improve their health.