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New Oregon Support Group

Join our new OR support group facilitated by Becky. We meet virtually over Zoom, all are welcome!
Email LFAoregongroup@gmail.com

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Register today for one of three PNW Walk to End Lupus Now events.
Saturday , September 17th at Lake Union Park
Saturday , October 8th at Providence Park Stadium
Thursday , November 17th - VIRTUAL Celebration
Register today and join us for the 2022 Walk to End Lupus Now!

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Brain fog is a very common lupus symptom—70 to 80 percent of people experience it at some point in their lupus journey. The past PNW Lupus & You event taught us more about brain fog, its symptoms, management techniques, and more. We heard from speakers Shannon Boxx, a 3-time Olympic gold medalist and World Cup Champion who lives with lupus, and Dr. Erik Anderson, a rheumatologist and researcher at Northwell Health in New York

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Join us for the Virtual Monthly Support Group

All are welcome from across the Pacific Northwest – join to listen, share and participate however you are comfortable. We meet the third Saturday of each month at 10:30am. Email InfoPNW@lupus.org for more information.

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Thank you for joining us for the third Pacific Northwest Lupus & You event of the year, which focused on "Taking Care of Your Mental Health." Our keynote speaker, Angela Farrar Small, discussed mindful self-compassion, which uses mindfulness to increase our awareness of the present and self-compassion to help us be kinder to ourselves.

A link to the recording is here!

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Lupus & You: Understanding Sjogren's and Raynaud's

Thank you for joining un on March 1st at 5:30pm (pacific) on Zoom to learn about Sjogren’s syndrome and Raynaud’s disease, two conditions that can occur along with lupus. We heard from Dr. Arinola Dada, a rheumatologist at Overlake Arthritis and Osteoporosis Center in Bellevue, Washington, about these conditions, their connection with lupus, and how they can be managed.

Recording will be available soon