Feb. 23, 2015

Annual Meeting Tuesday, March 3rd

Our annual Chapter meeting will take place on Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at 6pm CDT. Please contact our chapter office at 615-298-2273 for more information.

Feb. 12, 2015

For Someone You Love…

How will you show your love for someone special this Valentine’s Day? National board member Fran Tsimoyianis chooses to support the Lupus Foundation of America because someone she loves has lupus.

Oct. 22, 2014

Nutrition and Tradition: Tips on healthy holiday meals

Stay healthy and fit this holiday season with some delicious recipes that are sure to comfort your heart!

Oct. 22, 2014

The View: Nick Cannon and Whoopi Goldberg

Did you catch The View on Thursday, October 9? Whoopi Goldberg attended the Lupus Foundation of America Evening of Hope Gala the night before and spoke with Nick Cannon about his lupus and health, starting at 2:50. Watch now!

Sep. 17, 2014

“UNVEIL” Survey Reveals a Life Interrupted by Lupus

The Lupus Foundation of America and Eli Lilly and Company today released results from, UNVEIL: understanding the impact of lupus, a new survey that sheds light on the lupus journey and the challenges not only for those living with lupus, but also for lupus caregivers.

Sep. 17, 2014

Questions to Ask When Finding a Rheumatologist

Have you ever wondered what to look for in a rheumatologist? Maybe you wonder what to ask them or to know if they are the right one for you? This article outlines a series of questions that you may want to consider when finding the perfect doctor for you.

May. 22, 2014

Lupus Awareness Month: A Testimonial Story

May is Lupus Awareness Month. The Mid-South Chapter has spotlighted a lupus patient from our local community that faces the daily struggles of lupus. Read her story and share her mission.

Apr. 30, 2014

Nick Cannon Leads Thousands of DC Residents in the Walk to End Lupus Now

Grand marshaled by multi-talented entertainer and television personality Nick Cannon, the Lupus Foundation of America’s Walk to End Lupus Now™ event in Washington, D.C. transformed Pennsylvania Avenue into a stream of purple, the color lupus advocates associate with this debilitating, poorly understood disease.