General News | Jan. 12, 2018

New Year Rings In New Hope for People Affected by Lupus

There has been significant progress, not only in awareness, but also in lupus research and advocacy efforts to secure additional research funding for lupus.

Blog | Dec. 27, 2017

My Wish: No More Families Torn Apart by Lupus

Heather Butterfield lost her mom to lupus at just 13.

Blog | Dec. 15, 2017

Michigan Nurse Sees the Devastating Effects of Lupus First-Hand

Iris Zink, RN knows first-hand how much people with lupus have to endure.

Blog | Dec. 12, 2017

Meet the Lupus Researcher Working to Save Children’s Lives

Dr. Kathleen Sullivan is working on ways to get kids with lupus nephritis into treatment faster.

Blog | Dec. 11, 2017

Ways to Give

Support the Foundation into 2018 with a gift of stock, a donated vehicle, or by becoming a Champion for Hope.

Blog | Dec. 08, 2017

Sharing the Journey: Avoiding Raynaud’s During the Winter

During cold weather, symptoms of Raynaud’s phenomenon tend to strike people with lupus. Find out how other people with lupus cope with this painful condition.

General News | Nov. 14, 2017

World Premier Rheumatology Meeting Inspires Hope

Learn about all of the latest lupus research and scientific findings, presented at the American College of Rheumatology (ACR) Annual Scientific Meeting.

Research News | Nov. 06, 2017

Lupus Investigators Receive Prestigious Awards for Valuable Contributions in Research

Dr. Rosalind Ramsey-Goldman and Dr. José Crispín are recognized by the Lupus Foundation of America for their achievements in lupus research.