General News | Nov. 14, 2016

LFA-Supported Researchers Share Promise for Future Lupus Treatments and Cure

30 researchers funded by the LFA are presenting this week at the annual scientific meeting of the American College of Rheumatology. #ACR16 is among the world’s largest gatherings where results of medical research studies in the area of rheumatology are presented for critical peer evaluation.

General News | Nov. 14, 2016

Top Lupus Researchers Recognized For Exceptional Achievement

We're honored to announce the winners of this year's Evelyn V. Hess Award and Mary Betty Stevens Young Investigator Prize.

General News | Oct. 24, 2016

Announcing the Cut it Out Challenge: A Crowdfunding Campaign for Lupus

The LFA has launched a Crowdrise campaign to draw attention to the sacrifices people with lupus are forced to make.

Blog | Oct. 04, 2016

When Flares Happen

Reports that Toni Braxton was hospitalized for complications from lupus are a reminder that people with lupus experience disease flares that can be triggered by environmental factors like stress or exhaustion.

General News | Sep. 07, 2016

Free Yourself From Pain… It’s Pain Awareness Month

Pain is cited as the most common reason Americans access the health care system.

General News | Aug. 31, 2016

With announcement, Selena Gomez highlights mental health impact of lupus

Anxiety and depression often accompany lupus, for a variety of reasons. It's important to learn the signs and when to seek treatment.

General News | Aug. 22, 2016

Mortality in Lupus: The Untold Story

We need accurate statistics on the incidence and prevalence of lupus and its associated rate of mortality and a much more robust public and private lupus research effort on lupus.

Research News | Aug. 15, 2016

Phase IIB Clinical Trial of Voclosporin Successfully Achieves Primary Endpoint

Trial results offer hope of a more effective and tolerable treatment option to manage lupus-related kidney disease.