News & Stories

Video | Mar. 28, 2014

Spreading Our Wings

The stories of four people whose lives have been forever changed by lupus and the Foundation's efforts to improve the quality of life for everyone affected by lupus.

Blog | Sep. 09, 2014

New Partnership to Accelerate Lupus Medicine Development

Increasing funding for lupus research is a top priority for the Lupus Foundation of America. We urge Congress to robustly fund the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the largest source of biomedical research (and lupus) funding in the country.

General News | Sep. 09, 2014

Leading Orgs Take to the Hill to Discuss Need to Accelerate New Medicines for Lupus & Other Diseases

Lupus Foundation of America and Rheumatology Research Foundation hold congressional briefing

Video | Aug. 07, 2014

Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors and Events in the Pittsburgh Lupus Cohort Over 20 Years

Jennifer Mall, M.P.H. discusses her research project as part of her Gina Finzi Fellowship experience during the summer of 2014.

Research News | Aug. 01, 2014

Clinical Trial of Adult Stem Cells Takes Another Step Forward

Study funded by the Foundation's National Lupus Research Program secures NIH planning grant to develop a multi-center trial of mesenchymal stem cells.

Research News | Jul. 31, 2014

Mixed Results for Phase II Clinical Study of Atacicept in Lupus

Flare rates among participants receiving a low dose of the b-cell blocker did not meet primary endpoint but were lower for individuals receiving a higher dose.

Podcasts | Jul. 23, 2014

Treat-to-Target in Lupus

Treat-to-Target is a treatment approach that has been used successfully in other diseases, including rheumatoid arthritis and diabetes. An international group of lupus experts has developed a set of recommendations for using this principle in lupus.

Research News | Jul. 21, 2014

Treat-to-Target in Lupus

An international group of lupus experts has developed a set of recommendations to implement the treat-to-target strategy for managing lupus.

General News | Jul. 01, 2014

A New Generation of Researchers Enlisted in the Fight to Solve the ‘Cruel Mystery’

Lupus Foundation of America announces its 2014 National Lupus Research Program Summer Fellowships and Career Development Awards

Podcasts | Jun. 26, 2014

Epigenetics in Lupus

Epigenetics is a field of science that examines factors which influence whether genes are turned on or off when cells are replicated, which can influence whether a person might develop a specific disease, such as lupus.

General News | Jun. 25, 2014

Dr. Bruce Richardson Receives Lupus Insight Prize Recognizing Outstanding Contribution in Research

Bruce Richardson, M.D., Ph.D., of the University of Michigan, was honored for his research findings that have made significant contributions to the field and have a high likelihood of generating further insights in understanding the disease.

Research News | Jun. 17, 2014

Study Shows American Indian and Alaska Native Populations Have a High Risk for Lupus

Additional data from the CDC National Lupus Patient Registry project demonstrates 
that lupus is a widespread disease with a significant impact.

General News | Jun. 09, 2014

Dr. Bruce Richardson Selected as the Second Recipient of the Lupus Insight Prize

Dr. Richardson’s work has provided a strong foundation from which further advances in the understanding and treatment of lupus can be made.

Research News | May. 15, 2014

Foundation Issues Request for Applications to Advance Research in Pediatric Lupus Nephritis

The Lupus Foundation of America announced today that the Foundation is seeking grant applications to provide critical funding that will, for the first time, address an unmet need in pediatric lupus nephritis.

Research News | May. 06, 2014

A Look at Educational and Employment Success in Adults with Childhood-onset Lupus

A new study published in Arthritis Care & Research offers a first time, in-depth look at educational and employment outcomes in adults with childhood-onset lupus and provides new insights into properly navigating the path from adolescence to adulthood.

General News | Apr. 03, 2014

Lupus Foundation of America and BMJ Publish First Open Access Journal Dedicated To Lupus

Lupus Science & Medicine™ is launched to provide the latest lupus research and stimulate collaborative efforts to improving the lives of all people affected by lupus.

General News | Mar. 18, 2014

Announcing a New Initiative to Improve Health and Quality of Life

LFA-REAL will address major challenges in lupus treatment and disease management, and has the potential to greatly improve medical care and quality of life for people living with lupus.

General News | Mar. 04, 2014

Sandra C. Raymond Featured on BioCentury This Week

Sandra C. Raymond, President and CEO of Lupus Foundation of America, was featured on BioCentury This Week to speak about lupus and the Accelerating Medicines Partnership (AMP). Watch now!

Blog | Feb. 18, 2014

Painting a Picture of Lupus—Why you are the Artist That Matters Most

A bird’s eye view of lupus research from the Lupus Foundation of America’s Education and Research Department

Blog | Feb. 18, 2014

Excited About Funding Increases? Not So fast.

Congress passed the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2014. While this funding brings some good news in the fight against lupus, the Act only restores some of the money to the NIH that was previously cut through the automatic spending reductions (sequestration).

Podcasts | Feb. 12, 2014

Hydroxycloroquine May Help Prevent APS Pregnancy Complications

Study examines the effects of the antimalarial drug, hydroxycloroquine, on antiphospholipid antibodies that are responsible for pregnancy complications in women with lupus and antiphospholipid syndrome.

Blog | Feb. 05, 2014

Efforts Underway to Expand Racial and Ethnic Inclusion in Future Lupus Research Studies

Information about burden of disease and quality of life will help guide policy, program and investment decisions to solve the cruel mystery of lupus.

Research News | Feb. 04, 2014

Test Panel Found Effective in Predicting Risk of Atherosclerosis in Women with Lupus

This valuable tool will help doctors prevent atherosclerosis, a life-threatening complication of lupus.

General News | Feb. 04, 2014

NIH Announces Partnership to Accelerate Development of New Treatments for Lupus & Other Diseases

The Lupus Foundation of America will partner with the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health (FNIH) to support a new $230 million, five-year initiative that will accelerate the ability to develop new medicines for lupus and other diverse and complex diseases.

General News | Jan. 23, 2014

Lupus Foundation of America Accepting Applications to Fund Lupus Research Studies

New LIFELINE Grant Will Help Sustain Lupus Research That’s at the Brink of Breakthrough.

Research News | Jan. 22, 2014

Study Finds Malaria Drug Combo Could Help Prevent Lupus Pregnancy Complications

Lupus Foundation of America supported study finds combination therapy that includes hydroxychloroquine may be beneficial to pregnant patients with lupus and/or antiphospholipid syndrome.

General News | Jan. 17, 2014

The Consolidated Appropriations Bill Provides Significant Funding for Vital Lupus Programs

The Lupus Foundation of America applauds Congress for enacting the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2014, H.R. 3547 which provides funding for vital lupus research and education programs.

Blog | Dec. 30, 2013

CEO Insights and Foresight

As 2013 comes to an end, Sandra C. Raymond, President and CEO, reflects on the advances Lupus Foundation of America has made over the years, and speaks about the key priorities for the future.

Blog | Dec. 24, 2013

2013: Transforming Challenges in Lupus into Progress and Hope

Our research, education and advocacy programs in 2013 contributed advances that are helping to solve the cruel mystery of lupus.

General News | Dec. 18, 2013

Lupus Organizations Unite to Stimulate Advances in Lupus Research

Lupus Insight Prize to be awarded to Outstanding Scientist

Podcasts | Nov. 13, 2013

Biomarkers of Lupus Disease: Eliminating the Perplexities of Lupus Treatment Trials

Lupus Foundation of America medical director Dr. Joan Merrill discusses a recently completed a study that may help to improve the design for future lupus clinical trials and secure approval of new safe and more tolerable treatments for lupus.

Podcasts | Nov. 12, 2013

App Assists Transition from Pediatric to Adult Lupus Care

Dr. Miriam Kaufman discusses a smartphone app that helps adolescents make the transition from pediatric to adult lupus care.

Podcasts | Nov. 08, 2013

Pediatric Lupus Health-Related Quality of Life Research

Dr. Hermine Brunner of the Cincinnati Children's Hospital discusses her research on health-related quality of life in children and adolescents with lupus.

Podcasts | Nov. 07, 2013

Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells as a Potential Therapy for Lupus

Dr. Gary Gilkeson of the Medical University of South Carolina discusses his Lupus Foundation of America funded study on the potential use of human mesenchymal stem cells as a therapy for lupus.

Podcasts | Nov. 05, 2013

New Research Gives Insight for Improving Future Lupus Clinical Trials

Dr. Kenneth Kalunian discusses the Lupus Foundation of America Collective Data Analysis Initiative (LFA CDAI) which is providing insight into the impact various background medications may have on lupus clinical trial outcomes.

Podcasts | Nov. 05, 2013

Pregnancy Complications in Lupus: Retrospective Analysis from a U.S. Health Claims Database

Data obtained from a large insurance claims database highlights the need for specific education and counseling to pregnant women with lupus as well as close collaboration between the rheumatologist and the obstetrician throughout the pregnancy

Blog | Nov. 05, 2013

Why Are Treatments That Were Developed For Malaria Now Widely Used for Lupus?

In her Expert Column, Dr. Joan T. Merrill, Medical Director, explains why antimalarial medicines are now used to treat lupus.

Blog | Nov. 05, 2013

Living Well: More Than Just an Idea

R. Paola Daly, Outcomes & Health Senior Manager, Lupus Foundation of America, shares her experience from the annual American College of Rheumatology meeting in San Diego and great tools she learned about on living well with lupus.

Research News | Oct. 30, 2013

New Research Gives Insight for Improving Future Lupus Clinical Trials

A new study that analyzed lupus treatment data from past global clinical trials suggests that when testing new drugs in combination with other background therapies, clinical trials should be designed to account for the effects that initial disease activity and background drug treatment have been shown to have on planned endpoints, like response and flare rates.

General News | Oct. 25, 2013

BMJ and LFA Join Forces to Publish First Open Access Journal Dedicated to Lupus

International knowledge healthcare provider BMJ and the Lupus Foundation of America have announced that they have joined forces to publish the first open access journal dedicated to lupus. Lupus Science & Medicine™ will offer timely global access to the latest scientific advances in lupus.

General News | Oct. 18, 2013

US Department of Defense Provides Another $1.8 Million to Support Research on Lupus

The U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) Medical Research Program announces two new lupus research grant awards, bringing the total DoD funds to date for support of lupus research to $14 million.

Video | Jul. 19, 2013

Why Lupus is a Cruel Mystery

Learn what makes lupus so different from many other diseases and why lupus is a cruel mystery.

Video | Jul. 17, 2013

2013 National Lupus Advocacy Summit

More than 250 lupus activists from 31 states joined the fight for more lupus research funding.

General News | Jul. 12, 2013

Activists Heard! Senate Committee Boosts Lupus Research Funding

Senate Appropriations Committee approves a draft of the fiscal year (FY) 2014 Labor-Health and Human Services-Education appropriations bill.

General News | Jun. 03, 2013

Summer Fellowships and Career Development Award Announced - Grants Seek to Spur Careers in Research

Awards Will Support Efforts of Tomorrow’s Lupus Thought Leaders to Solve the Cruel Mystery of this Unpredictable and Devastating Disease

General News | May. 31, 2013

Lupus Organizations Unite to Stimulate Advances in Lupus Research

Lupus organizations have come together to launch a first-of-a-kind initiative to encourage scientific advances in lupus research with the Lupus Insight Prize.

General News | May. 30, 2013

Dr. Mark J. Shlomchik Selected as the First Recipient of the Lupus Insight Prize

Mark J. Shlomchik, M.D., Ph.D., the new incoming Chair of Immunology at the University of Pittsburgh, has been selected as the first recipient of the Lupus Insight Prize.

General News | May. 01, 2013

Lupus Foundation of America Calls on the Public to Take Action to Expand Medical Research on Lupus

May is Lupus Awareness Month; Nationwide Efforts Underway to Solve the ‘Cruel Mystery’.

General News | Mar. 21, 2013

LFA Applauds Congress for Passing The Consolidated and Further Continuing Appropriations Act

Congress funds vital lupus research and education programs by passing The Consolidated and Further Continuing Appropriations Act (H.R. 933).

General News | Feb. 04, 2013

Lupus Foundation of America Announces New Career Development Award

Award is Created to Support Clinician-Scientists Transition From Training to Independent Careers in Lupus Research.

General News | Dec. 21, 2012

2012: A Year of Achievement in Lupus Research, Awareness and Support

Achievements Highlight the Lupus Foundation of America’s Leadership Role in the Fight to End Lupus.

General News | Dec. 03, 2012

Research Funded by LFA Presented at 2012 American College of Rheumatology Meeeting

Studies Focus on Advancing Research and Improving Quality of Life for People With Lupus.

General News | Nov. 12, 2012

LFA Recognizes Top Researchers With Prestigious Evelyn V. Hess Award and Mary Betty Stevens Prize

Dr. Ellen M. Ginzler Honored With Hess Award; Dr. Diane Leigh Kamen Receives Stevens Prize for Contributions to Lupus Research.

General News | Nov. 12, 2012

Lupus Foundation of America Launches a Major National Awareness Campaign

New Survey Shows Americans Know Little or Nothing About Disease That Affects1.5 Million.

Video | Nov. 08, 2012

Advancing Science - Improving Lives

Our national lupus research program aggressively seeks to advance the science and medicine of lupus and to improve the quality of life for all people affected by lupus.

General News | Oct. 26, 2012

Lupus Foundation of America to Fund Studies That Address Gaps in Lupus Research

Grants Given to Researchers Conducting Studies that Advance Science and Medicine of Lupus.

General News | Jun. 14, 2012

The LFA Continues Cultivating Interest in Lupus Research Among Young Scienticsts

2012 Gina M. Finzi Memorial Student Fellowship Program Grantees Awarded

General News | May. 03, 2012

A Significant Step Forward in Improving the Care and Treatment for Adults with Lupus

New guidelines help physicians screen, treat and manage adult lupus nephritis.

General News | Apr. 04, 2012

Biomarkers In The News: April issue of Translational Research highlights recent discoveries

The Lupus Foundation of America is excited to see increased media attention surrounding lupus biomarkers, which are useful for diagnosing a disease.

General News | Mar. 20, 2012

Lupus Foundation of America Addresses Lupus Communication Gaps

Human Genome Sciences and GlaxoSmithKline released results of a survey highlighting a communication gap between people with lupus and the people who care for them.

General News | Feb. 08, 2012

LFA Awards New Research Grants to Address the Gaps in Understanding and Knowledge of Lupus

Today, the Lupus Foundation of America (LFA) announced new research grants awarded to fund critical areas of research where gaps exist in the understanding and knowledge of lupus including: pediatric lupus, cutaneous (skin) lupus, mid-to-late stage translational research, adult stem cells, and neuropsychiatric lupus, which affects the brain and nervous system. The LFA’s National Research Program: Bringing Down the Barriers, is committed to accelerating the pace of medical discovery in lupus and directing support toward promising areas of study where other public and private organizations have not focused their efforts.

General News | Jan. 30, 2012

New Test Shows Promise for Measuring Lupus Nephritis Activity

A pilot study shows early signs that a protein in the blood called C4d could serve as an indicator of lupus nephritis activity in people with lupus.

General News | Jan. 13, 2012

New Test Launched to Improve Accuracy of Lupus Diagnosis

A new test has been launched to help physicians make a faster and more accurate diagnosis of lupus.

General News | Jan. 06, 2012

LFA Funded Research Sheds New Light on Men and Lupus

A report on a study funded by the Lupus Foundation of America found that males required a higher number of lupus susceptible genes to develop the disease.

General News | Dec. 17, 2011

Lupus Foundation of America Applauds Congress for Funding Vital Lupus Research/Education Initiatives

The Lupus Foundation of America applauds Congress for including vital lupus funding in the Fiscal Year 2012 Omnibus Appropriations Bill.

General News | Nov. 16, 2011

New England Journal of Medicine Publishes Results of Study of CellCept® for Lupus Nephritis

The New England Journal of Medicine published results from a long-term study for the treatment of lupus nephritis.

Podcasts | Nov. 16, 2011

Possible Marker to Predict Organ Involvement in Lupus

Dr. Deborah McCurdy and Dr. Ornella Rullo found that high levels of a protein called osteopontin may be a predictor of future lupus disease activity and organ damage.

Podcasts | Nov. 10, 2011

Using Magnetization Transfer Imaging to Detect Changes in the Brains of Children with Lupus

Dr. Eyal Muscal of the Baylor School of Medicine reports on the results of a study that used advanced brain imaging to evaluate changes in the brains of adolescents with lupus.

General News | Nov. 09, 2011

LFA Funded Studies Focused on Advancing Research and Improving Quality of Life for People with Lupus

Investigators Present Research Findings at 2011 American College of Rheumatology Scientific Meeting.

Podcasts | Nov. 09, 2011

Cross Cultural Validation of Quality of Life Measure for Lupus

Dr. Meenakshi Jolly, of Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, discusses the results of a study to validate an instrument to measure disease activity and quality of life.

General News | Nov. 08, 2011

Dr. Graciela S. Alarcón Receives Award Recognizing a Lifetime of Achievement in Lupus Research

The Lupus Foundation of America presented Graciela S. Alarcón, M.D., M.P.H, with the prestigious 2011 Evelyn V. Hess, M.D., M.A.C.P., M.A.C.R., Research Award.

General News | Nov. 08, 2011

Research Study Finds Higher Numbers of People With Lupus

Dr. S. Sam Lim presents data showing black women have a significantly higher incidence of systemic lupus erythematosus than most reports in the scientific literature.

General News | Nov. 07, 2011

New Study Sheds Light on the Challenges of Developing Lupus Treatments

Lupus Foundation of America Funded Research First to Use Pooled Data from Previous Treatment Trials.

General News | Nov. 03, 2011

“Strike While the Iron is Hot” How the Lupus Initiative is Advancing Rheumatology

The Rhuematologist features "The Lupus Initiative," a national health care provider education initiative to improve lupus diagnosis, treatment, and management among minorities.

General News | Oct. 20, 2011

Lupus Foundation of America Awards the Gina M. Finzi Student Fellowships in Lupus Research

The Lupus Foundation of America is pleased to announce the 2011 Gina M. Finzi Memorial Student Fellowship Program grantees.

General News | Oct. 03, 2011

LFA Congratulates the 2011 Nobel Prize in Medicine Recipients for Immune System Discoveries

LFA congratulates Bruce A. Beutle, Jules A. Hoffmann, and Ralph M. Steinman for receiving the 2011 Nobel Prize in Medicine.

General News | Aug. 23, 2011

The U.S. Department of Defense Awards $2.3 Million in Funding for Lupus Research

The Lupus Foundation of America (LFA) Congratulates Trine Jorgensen, Ph.D., Cleveland Clinic Foundation and I-Cheng Ho, M.D., Ph.D., Brigham and Women’s Hospital

General News | Apr. 26, 2011

U. S. Department of Defense Announces 2011 Funding Opportunities

The Peer Reviewed Medical Research Program 2011 vision is to improve the health and well-being of all military service members, veterans, and beneficiaries.

General News | Apr. 18, 2011

2011 National Butterfly Gala Celebrates a New Era of Hope for Lupus

LFA to honor Roch Doliveux, Chief Executive Officer, UCB; U.S. Senator Thad Cochran (MS); and Francis S. Collins, M.D., Ph.D., Director, National Institutes of Health.

General News | Mar. 09, 2011

LFA Applauds FDA Decision to Approve Benlysta for the Treatment of Lupus

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the drug, BENLYSTA®, for the treatment of lupus, an autoimmune disease.

General News | Feb. 28, 2011

Advocates Seek Increased Federal Funding to Bridge the Gaps in Lupus Research, Awareness, Education

Advocates from across the country will band together for lupus and urge Members of Congress to support increased federal funding for lupus research, awareness, and education.

General News | Feb. 25, 2011

LFA Seeks Research Applications to Address the Gaps in Medical Research on Lupus

The Lupus Foundation of America seeks grant applications from researchers to address the gaps in medical research that exist in key areas of lupus research.

Video | Feb. 17, 2011

B Cells and Immune Regulation in Human Lupus

Dr. William Stohl of the University of Southern California discusses the relationships among various parts of the immune system and their role in triggering lupus.

Video | Feb. 15, 2011

Cardiovascular Disease in Lupus

Dr. Joseph McCune of the University of Michigan discusses the role interferon and endothelial cells, which line blood vessels, as possible causes of increased risk of heart attacks and strokes associated with lupus.

Video | Feb. 15, 2011

Racial and Gender Differences in Lupus Epidemiology

Dr. Joseph McCune of the University of Michigan discusses preliminary data from the Michigan Lupus Registry and how this epidemiology study will help advance lupus research and treatment.

Video | Feb. 14, 2011

C4d as Markers of Lupus Nephritis

Dr. Amy Kao of the Allegheny-Singer Research Institute in Pittsburgh, discusses her research to evaluate the use of CD4 molecules on T-cells as a possible marker for diagnosing lupus nephritis and the potential benefits of a marker for this serious complication of lupus.

Video | Feb. 14, 2011

Congenital Heart Block in Neonatal Lupus

Dr. Jill Buyon of the New York University School of Medicine, a leading authority on congenital heart block in neonatal lupus, discusses this rare complication and the next steps in the study of neonatal lupus.

Video | Feb. 11, 2011

Effect of Pubertal Hormone Changes on Lupus

Dr. Kathleen O'Neil discusses a multi-center longitudinal observational study of girls with prepubertal onset lupus as they approach and pass through puberty, measuring hormone levels, autoantibodies and markers of lupus activity.

Video | Feb. 11, 2011

Future Direction for Research on Lupus

Dr. David Pisetsky of the Duke University Medical Center, discusses where lupus research may be headed in the coming years.

Video | Feb. 11, 2011

Evolution of Lupus Genetic Research

Dr. Gregg Silverman of the University of California, San Diego, discusses how the field of lupus genetics has evolved and where the field is headed in the next several years.

Video | Feb. 11, 2011

Perspectives on B-cell Research in Lupus

Dr. Gregg Silverman discusses B-cells and how they contribute to the development of lupus and offers insight on the future direction of lupus research.

Video | Feb. 09, 2011

Apoptosis and Microparticles in the Development of Lupus

Dr. David Pisetsky of Duke University Medical Center discusses the role of apoptosis (programmed cell death) and microparticles in triggering lupus.

Video | Feb. 09, 2011

Immune Response to DNA and its Role in Causing Lupus

Dr. David Pisetsky of Duke University Medical Center discusses immune response to DNA and its role in stimulating lupus.

General News | Feb. 08, 2011

Human Genome Sciences and GlaxoSmithKline Announce Publication Phase 3 Study Results for BENLYSTA®

Human Genome Sciences and GlaxoSmithKline announced publication of the BLISS-52 study of BENLYSTA®.

General News | Jan. 10, 2011

Lupus Foundation of America Achieves International Consensus on Definition of a Lupus Flare

LFA-FLARE Definition Will Make Significant Contribution to Lupus Clinical Research

Magazine | Nov. 01, 2010

Safeguarding Our Youth:

LFA-Funded Research Improves the Outlook for Childhood Lupus

Video | Oct. 29, 2010

Bone Health in Children with Lupus

Dr. Emily Von Scheven, Director of Pediatric Rheumatology at the University of California San Francisco Medical Center, discusses the issues surrounding bone health in children with lupus and other health issues associated with treatment of lupus.

Video | Oct. 28, 2010

New Therapeutic Targets for Lupus

Dr. Isenberg discusses several of the new agents under evaluation for lupus and looks to ways lupus treatment will change with evolving technology and new scientific findings.

Video | Oct. 26, 2010

A Novel Cause for Cutaneous Lupus

Dr. Ram Raj Singh of the University of California Los Angeles discusses findings from studies that may provide clues into the possible causes of lupus skin disease.

Video | Oct. 24, 2010

Genes That Make Lupus Possible

Dr. John Harley, Director of Rheumatology at the Cincinnati Children's Hospital, discusses the genes investigators believe may play a role in the underlying cause of lupus.


Events

Feb. 28, 2015 7:30 am | Mercato

Walk to End Lupus Now Southwest Florida

Join us for our third annual Southwest Florida Walk to end Lupus now in Naples. Lets rally together to create awareness of lupus while raising funds to fight this terrible disease.

Sep. 04, 2014 7:30 pm—Sep. 04, 2015 12:00 am | Via Teleconference

2014 Ask The Experts Teleconference Series

Don't miss this opportunity to learn from some of the world's leading lupus experts from the comfort and privacy of your home!  

Nov. 13, 2014 7:00 pm | Teleconference

Ask The Experts: Lupus and Stress

Learn how to reduce and cope with stress.

Oct. 18, 2014 10:00 am | Teleconference

Ask The Experts: Lupus and Disability

What you need to know to help with issues surrounding disability.

Jan. 01, 2014 9:00 am—Jan. 01, 2018 5:00 pm

Philadelphia Tri-State Program Calendar

View upcoming support groups, educational programs, fundraising events, and more.

Apr. 12, 2014 3:00 pm—May. 12, 2014 11:59 pm | University Fitness Center

2014 Huntsville Walk

The walk is a one mile or 5k loop around a section of the UAH campus, beginning at the University Fitness Center. There is an indoor one mile loop available, as well. Registration begins at 3PM, and the walk kicks off at 5PM. Register today!

Oct. 18, 2014 9:00 am | Continental Room - Central Connecticut State University

Life & Lupus Educational Symposium

Come out for our Life & Lupus Educational Symposium, featuring medical and alternative health professionals.

May. 10, 2014 9:00 am | Marriott Phoenix Airport Hotel

Lupus: Learning and Living

An educational symposium brought to you by the Lupus Foundation of America, Inc.

May. 31, 2014 10:00 am | Washington, DC

Understanding Advocacy- How You Can Help!

Feel empowered to advocate for yourself on a social and political level to overcome healthcare barriers.

Mar. 15, 2014 9:30 am | Corporate University in the Dowdle Center on the Huntsville Hospital Campus

Living with Lupus Seminar

The Mid-South Chapter is presenting its first "Living with Lupus" seminar in Huntsville, AL on Saturday, March 15, 2014. Dr. Winn Chatham will be presenting the topic, "Current & Promising New Approaches to Treating Lupus".

Mar. 22, 2014 1:00 pm

Augusta Lupus Empowerment Symposium

Our Annual Lupus Symposium in Augusta has moved to March 22, 2014!

Nov. 02, 2013 1:00 pm | Evergreen Hospital Medical Center

Understanding Lupus & New Treatment Approaches

Educational symposium to be presented by LFA, PNW and Sisters Against Lupus (SAL)