Blog | Sep. 01, 2015

Joy Cameron: Shine Your Light

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.

Blog | Aug. 19, 2015

Walk to End Lupus Now—The Power is Yours

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.

Blog | Aug. 19, 2015

Rowan Mulligan: Pledge Lupus

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.

Blog | Aug. 02, 2015

You Answered: Social Life with Lupus

In honor of National Friendship Day, we’re sharing some of your advice on how friends could better support people with lupus in maintaining a social life.

Blog | Jul. 21, 2015

Chloe T. Barlow: A Novel Approach to Love and Lupus

Attorney by day, romance novelist by night, Chloe Barlow found her inspiration to write after struggling with the realities of chronic illness. Read her story now!

Blog | Jul. 07, 2015

Alex Nolan: Lights, Camera, Lupus!

Lupus wasn’t Alex's disease at all — it was her mom’s. That all changed when she was diagnosed at 16-years-old but her dream to create films has not dampened. Read her story.

Blog | Jun. 24, 2015

Amy Dauphinais: Conducting Life around Lupus

As a high school teacher and conductor, Amy has had to adapt to her disease on the days when she can’t even hold a baton and finds comfort in a strong support system.

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.