Blog | Jun. 02, 2015

Rudy Villamar: Lupus isn’t Just a Women’s Disease

Though an estimated 90 percent of people with lupus are women, it is a disease that can affect anyone regardless of gender, age or race. When Rudy Villamar was diagnosed with lupus two years ago, he didn’t know anything about it. Watch Rudy has to say about a life with lupus.

General News | May. 21, 2015

Dr. George C. Tsokos Selected as 2015 Recipient of the Lupus Insight Prize

George C. Tsokos, M.D., Chief of the Rheumatology Division at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School, has been selected as the 2015 recipient of the Lupus Insight Prize.

Blog | May. 20, 2015

Mahlia Mahdi: Finding Her Voice

Mahlia was diagnosed with lupus at just 8-years-old. Now 11, she is finally starting to speak up about her disease, starting with her participation in the Lupus Foundation of America's new KNOW LUPUS public service announcements.

Research News | May. 13, 2015

Study Sheds Light on Racial Differences in Depression Symptoms for Youths with Lupus

A new study conducted by researchers at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia takes a closer look at depression and anxiety in children with lupus.

Blog | May. 01, 2015

KNOW LUPUS - It’s Lupus Awareness Month

Get to KNOW LUPUS this Lupus Awareness Month with our new campaign and game!

Podcasts | Apr. 30, 2015

Ask the Expert - Antiphospholipid Syndrome and Lupus Anticoagulant

Ask The Experts: Elisabet Svenungsson from Karolinska University Hospital provides information about antiphospholipid syndrome and lupus anticoagulant.

Blog | Apr. 29, 2015

Allie Gutshall: Thank You Mom!

Before lupus, Allie was fiercely independent and faced every challenge head on. She thought that would all have to change when she was diagnosed with lupus. But with the help of her mom, Allie has been able to triumph over the obstacles that come from a life with chronic illness.

Blog | Apr. 20, 2015

Lisa Walters: Never Give Up

When Lisa Walters was diagnosed with lupus last month, she didn’t expect to feel relieved. But after eight years and around 50 doctors, Lisa had rarely left an appointment feeling satisfied with the answers she received about why she was experiencing painful symptoms. Read about her journey to diagnosis and the importance of never giving up.