Registration is open for the 2022 Walk to End Lupus Now Season!! Thank you for all of your continued support.
This online education program will focus on why clinical trials are important, research updates on lupus nephritis, and more. Our speaker, Dr. Fotios Koumpouras is an Assistant Professor of Medicine, Training Program Director – Rheumatology, and Director of the Yale Lupus Program.
This online program will be bringing together teams from, NY NYC, Upstate NY, Connecticut, New Jersey, Massachusetts, and other New England locations. Corporate sponsors will be invited as well to be introduced to the many participants who will be joining us.
The Lupus Foundation of America Northeast region is looking for corporate partners to help us reach our mission goals. Your company or organization has many ways your employees can make a difference in the lives of those living with lupus.
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We are pleased to welcome Michele Insley to the LFA Northeast team. In her new responsibilities, Michele will be managing the Walk to End Lupus Now events in Boston and Hartford. Michele can be reached by email at email@example.com.
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Nearly 1.5 million Americans live with lupus, a chronic illness, yet those who suffer may not "look sick". Learn the facts about this cruel and mysterious disease and resources for managers, employees, and their family members. We'll share essential tools and information about how you can help the Lupus Foundation of America.Contact us