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Providing Answers, Support and Hope in Indiana
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“We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give.” ―Winston S. Churchill
Our Chapter depends on the donations and fundraising efforts of our supporters to continue providing vital services for people with lupus, their families, and caregivers. Please give today.

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Connect With Us Via Text!

Simply text the keyword “lfaindiana” to 50155 to get notifications and updates via text. It’s quick, easy and a great way to stay connected.

Tiffany Justice and Michelle McGuire at Indiana State Fair

We may be biased, but we believe our Indiana volunteers are the BEST. We truly couldn't be successful without YOU.

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A place for you to read the stories of those who have lupus and who have been affected by lupus. We hope they bring you encouragement and hope. We hope they inspire you to share your own lupus journey.

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Kayla Lockwood and Indiana Senator Joe Donnelly at 2018 Advocacy Summit

We must continue to make our voices heard and educate our elected officials about the impact of lupus on individuals and their families. The United States federal government continues to be one of the largest funders of lupus research in the world, so it is vital government officials hear from the lupus community throughout the year.

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People Who Participated in I Am Lupus Videos

Visit our YouTube channel and watch videos from some of our lupus family, events and programs!

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RAY Lupus Research Accelerated by You

RAY: Research Accelerated by You is a lupus data platform where people with lupus and caregivers share information about their lupus experience to help researchers accelerate the development of new treatments and improve disease outcomes. You can be a ray of hope to ensure a bright future for lupus research by sharing your lupus experience.

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Every advance in the understanding of a disease such as lupus—its causes, its effects on the body, the development of new drugs and treatments—is based on research. By taking part in clinical trials, participants can play a more active role in their own health care. Most importantly, participating in clinical trials helps others by contributing to medical research.

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