After a lupus diagnosis at age 40, Joy felt as though she had lost herself but now she needed to find a way to move forward. Let Joy’s story of following her own path inspire you to follow your own.
Under Investigation: Preventive care on the horizon
Dr. Kathleen Sullivan of the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia provides an overview of here study on biomarkers for kidney disease in children and teens with lupus.
To mark the first anniversary of Lupus Science and Medicine Harriet Vickers speaks to Dr. Ronald van Vollenhoven and Dr. Jill Buyon about notable published papers, publishing without an impact factor and what to expect from the journal in the coming year.
We hope that you’ll consider joining a Walk to End Lupus Now in your community this fall and raise much needed funds. Here is a short guide on how you can be successful in your walk fundraising efforts.
Rowan Mulligan turned her lupus diagnosis into an opportunity to change her community and raise money and awareness for those affected by lupus. Read her story.
Jenny Palter, Editor-In-Chief of Lupus Now®, gives a sneak peek at the Summer issue of the magazine.
Not all patients who share a certain organ involvement can be treated with the same medicine at the same dose. In this piece, Foundation Medical Director Dr. Joan Merrill argues that improved classification of lupus can lead to better treatment.