We are following all developments as they relate to Covid-19 and lupus and will keep you updated as they happen.Read More
Ending lupus will take ALL of our steps. Join lupus warriors and those that support them for the virtual Walk to End Lupus Now event taking place from coast to coast on October 16, 2021. Unite your team to end lupus!
Join us on Tuesday, October 5, 2021 at 7:00 pm EST for a discussion about lupus nephritis and a different treatment option with Dr. Gail S. Kerr, MD. We will also hear from a person living with lupus nephritis who will share their personal journey.
Life with lupus can be difficult at times. We created this series to introduce you to knowledge and skills that can help you better manage lupus and its every day challenges.
El Centro Nacional de Recursos sobre el Lupus presenta información actualizada sobre todo lo que quiere saber acerca del lupus.
Debido a que el lupus puede afectar a tantos órganos distintos, pueden presentarse una amplia variedad de síntomas. Estos síntomas van y vienen, y puede que aparezcan síntomas diferentes durante el curso de la enfermedad.
Manténgase informado, empoderado y conectado a los recursos, programas y servicios de apoyo para el lupus. Estamos a su disposición para ayudarlo en cada paso de su camino.
Let's Talk About It is a series of live educational webinars on a variety of topics designed to provide you with important information about living with lupus.
Join the Lupus Foundation of America's Walk to End Lupus Now event, and experience firsthand the power of the movement to end lupus.
In order to protect our patients, loved ones, and facilitators during COVID-19, we have moved our support groups online, and we invite you to join us virtually via Zoom. Please click the link to RSVP for the groups.
New research finds oral lesions, including ulcers, redness, and spots in the mouth, are linked to several risk factors in people with lupus.
People with lupus hospitalized due to acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) – a severe complication of COVID-19 – have twice the risk of poor outcomes.
In the first two years after lupus diagnosis, research finds an individual’s number of prescription medications, hospitalizations and sick-leave days...
New research suggests people with prior post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) diagnosis have twice the risk of subsequently developing lupus.