A new research study by Foundation grantee Dr. Laurence Morel identifies a lupus related gene that affects adult mesenchymal stem cells. Read more.
Have fun, get moving, and improve balance through dancing.
Part of a new analysis from the ongoing Hopkins Lupus Cohort provides new knowledge that may help physicians make decisions about gradually reducing corticosteroid doses in people with lupus.
This year, the Lupus Foundation of America is implementing numerous projects to achieve our goals to increase federal support for lupus research and services to benefit people with lupus, their families and caregivers. Find out more about two of our exciting endeavors in this letter from our CEO, Sandra C. Raymond.
On the outside, Josie Pearce seems like your average 17-year-old. You’d never know that just a few years ago Josie’s parents were taking her from doctor to doctor, trying to figure out why their once energetic daughter now spent days lying on the couch unable to move or attend the ballet classes she loved.
For people with chronic illnesses like lupus, affording monthly medications can be a struggle. Knowing your options can help when it comes to navigating the process of applying for funding assistance.
Ask The Experts: Sharon Mack, Health Educator for the Lupus Foundation of America, provides helpful tips and advice about caring for a loved one with lupus while caring for yourself.
When the Lupus Foundation of America became aware of a hydroxychloroquine (Plaquenil®) shortage, we set out to discover the root of problem. While we still have limited information, we want to alert our constituents to the facts of the situation.