Living with Lupus
A lupus diagnosis can be devastating and life-changing. You don’t have to face this challenge alone. We are here to listen, to give caring support and to provide answers, through trustworthy, reliable and high-quality resources that provide emotional support and clear, accurate health information.
We collaborate with lupus medical experts to review research findings and produce information and programs to help people with lupus and their doctors better manage the disease.
Each month, lupus experts offer invaluable insight on a variety of important topics, providing you with the knowledge you need to better manage the disease.
Our National Network is composed of chapters, regional offices, and support groups throughout the United States working to improve the quality of life for all people affected by lupus.
As hard as it is to live with lupus, you can play an important role in getting out the word, supporting the cause, and working with us to end lupus now.
LupusConnect™ is an online lupus community where individuals with lupus and their loved ones can engage with others like them to share experiences, find emotional support and discuss practical insights for coping with the daily challenges of the disease. It’s an easy-to-use, online platform that encourages its community members to ask questions, reply to posts and read about others' experiences in a safe and comforting community.Join LupusConnect
People like you are now becoming aware of how urgently resources are needed to fight lupus, and to help those who suffer from it. If you join the fight, we will not have to concede victory to this terrible disease. If you join the fight, we will be able to solve the cruel mystery of lupus in our lifetime and end its devastating impact on millions of lives.Donate Now
If you cannot locate the information you need on this website, our nurse and certified health educators are available to answer your questions about lupus. We can respond to inquiries in English and Spanish covering topics from diagnosis, to treatment to management.Contact a health educator