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Join us Friday, June 24 for the Walk to End Lupus Now in Memphis. Check-In opens at 4:00 PM. and the walk will kick off at 5:30 PM. In addition to the Walk, the Brown Butterflies, Inc. will also be hosting the inaugural Laps for Lupus 5K. This event will happen alongside the Walk. Get your team, family and friends together to celebrate with us!
Join us on Saturday, August 13 for the annual Walk to End Lupus Now in Lexington. Check-In opens at 5:00 PM. and the walk will kick off at 7:00 PM. Get your team, family and friends together to celebrate with us!
Join us on Sunday, September 11 for the annual Walk to End Lupus Now in Nashville. Check-In opens at 3:00 PM. and the walk will kick off at 5:00 PM. Get your team, family and friends together to celebrate with us in Music City!
The first annual Dr. John Siegel Jr. Memorial 5K, held on the beautiful campus of HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology, is a not-to-be-missed running event in Huntsville. The event is inspired by Dr. Siegel's valiant fight against lupus, and its proceeds further efforts to serve the 85,000 lupus patients covered by the Mid-South Chapter of the Lupus Foundation of America. Learn more here!
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The 2016 Huntsville Walk was a great success. Fundraising continues so donate today!
The 2016 Birmingham Walk was a huge success. Fundraising continues so donate today!
The Lupus Foundation of America will partner with the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health (FNIH) to support a new five-year initiative that will accelerate the ability to develop new medicines for lupus and other diverse and complex diseases.
The Lupus Foundation of America announced today it is accepting applications to provide critical funding for lupus scientific research, at a time when government funds for lupus research can’t keep pace with the accelerating growth of lupus scientific opportunities.
Children with lupus may have a higher risk for developing cancer – especially blood cancers such as non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and leukemia – compared to children without lupus.