N.C. Lupus Chapter Hosts Lupus Empowerment Series Seminars in Charlotte and Greensboro – Sept. 6
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – July 21, 2014 – The Lupus Foundation of America, North Carolina Chapter (LFANC) is hosting its “2014 Lupus Empowerment Series” educational seminars in Charlotte and Greensboro on Saturday, Sept. 6, 2014.
The two-part seminar in Charlotte takes place from 10:00AM-1:00PM at Myers Park Presbyterian Church Outreach Center, 1073 Providence Road in Charlotte (28207). Dr. Stacy Kennedy with the Rowan Diagnostic Clinic will present Part 1: “Lupus and the Musculoskeletal System.” Dr. Sheetal S. Vora with Levine Children’s Specialty Center will present Part 2: “Lupus and Complementary and Alternative Medicine.”
The two-part seminar in Greensboro runs from 10:00AM-1:00PM at Guilford Technical Community College at 3505 E. Wendover Avenue in Greensboro (27405). William B. Karper, Ed.D., with UNC-Greensboro will present Part 1: “Health-Related Exercise for People with Lupus.” Dr. Anthony S. Anderson with Greensboro Medical Associates will present Part 2: “Lupus and Overlapping Disease.”
“As part of our ongoing commitment to provide many different educational opportunities for individuals with lupus, we are excited to offer our ‘2014 Lupus Empowerment Series’ seminars throughout the state,” said Christine John-Fuller, President & CEO of the Lupus Foundation of America, North Carolina Chapter. “We appreciate our amazing presenters who play a vital role in helping us equip individuals in their daily journey with lupus to not only live, but to thrive and feel empowered to take charge of their health.”
Lupus is an unpredictable and misunderstood autoimmune disease that ravages different parts of the body. It is difficult to diagnose, hard to live with, and a challenge to treat. Lupus is a cruel mystery because it is hidden from view and undefined, has a range of symptoms, hits out of nowhere, and has no known cause and no known cure. Its health effects can range from a skin rash to a heart attack. Lupus is debilitating and destructive, and can be fatal, yet research on lupus remains underfunded relative to its scope and devastation.
About the Lupus Foundation of America, North Carolina Chapter
The Lupus Foundation of America, North Carolina Chapter is part of the national force devoted to solving the cruel mystery of lupus while providing caring support to those who suffer from its brutal impact. We work with local health professionals and volunteers to provide information and programs to ensure people with lupus and their families get answers and health professionals know about new means to diagnose and manage the disease. The chapter serves an estimated 45,000 living with lupus in North Carolina. For more information about lupus or the LFANC, visit www.lupusnc.org or call (877) 849-8271. For the latest news and updates, follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
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