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No One Fights Alone in Indiana

Over 36,000 Hoosiers are living with lupus. Whether you are living with lupus or loving someone with lupus, we are here.

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2020 Chapter Events

Due to COVID-19, our Chapter is working on rescheduling events planned for April and May. Please stay tuned for an updated timeline of events. Also, our office is closed; we are working remotely and are available via email and will check voice mail regularly. (See email addresses at

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Hydroxychloroquine: Facts vs. Fiction

The use of hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) is back in the news. Join Dr. David Batt of IU Health Physicians Rheumatology, as he provides an overview and answers your questions as they relate to HCQ and lupus.

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May is Lupus Awareness Month

Join us in making lupus visible by raising awareness and funds and educating the public.

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COVID-19: The Latest

Everything you need to know in one place. Stay updated on all the latest COVID-19 news as it impacts those with lupus from resources, news, and programming. We will be keeping you updated and provide virtual programming to get you through these unprecedented times. You are not alone.

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Fundraise Your Way and Make Your Mark on Lupus

Make Your Mark is the community fundraising program of the Lupus Foundation of America. Each year, hundreds of Make Your Mark members organize unique events and athletic feats that raise money to fight lupus. Use your passion to raise funds for lupus through a local event, special occasion, athletic competition or whatever you have in mind.

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6 Years

On average, it takes nearly six years for people with lupus to be diagnosed, from the time they first notice their lupus symptoms.

1.5 Million Americans

The Lupus Foundation of America estimates that 1.5 million Americans, and at least five million people worldwide, have a form of lupus.


Lupus strikes mostly women of childbearing age. However, men, children, and teenagers develop lupus, too. Most people with lupus develop the disease between the ages of 15-44.

Community Partners

We are so very thankful to the following 2020 Community Partners!

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Rheumatology Associates



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Join the Fight

The Lupus Foundation of America, Indiana Chapter is part of a national force devoted to solving the cruel mystery of lupus while providing caring support to those who suffer from its brutal impact. If you join the fight, we will not have to concede victory to this terrible disease. With your support and involvement, we will be able to solve the cruel mystery of lupus in our lifetime and end its devastating impact on millions of lives.

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