Is Lupus One Disease? Lupus referred to as the cruel mystery, affects so many different parts of the body that it can be confusing to both diagnosed patients and the medical community. Join us on Wednesday, September 13 to learn more about the variations of lupus-associated symptoms and current treatments available.
Please join us on Wednesday, October 4 at 5:30 pm ET to learn more about lupus nephritis and hear about the progress and innovations in treatment that have been made over decades of research and important advances being made today. Learn more about CAR T cell therapy and its potential for the treatment of lupus nephritis. The program will be held virtually on Wednesday, October 4th at 5:30 pm ET and will include a lupus patient panel. Advance registration is required, and participants are encouraged to share questions in advance.
We are so grateful to our participants, sponsors, and teams for all of their support. Thank you to everyone who joined us at our Celebrate Your (Purple) Power Parties!
Walk Committees play an integral part in the planning, organizing, and fundraising of each Walk to End Lupus Now event. We are grateful for their support and hard work! Every year we welcome new committee members.
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Raise your voice to fight lupus. We are the leader in stimulating federal support for lupus, generating more than $684 million for lupus research and education in the past five years. Every day we fight to ensure the government is responsive to the needs of the 1.5 million Americans living with lupus, and your voice is one of the most powerful tools we have.
The Northeast hosts 5 walks throughout New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Massachusetts. Committee members help plan, organize and execute the walks. If you are interested in helping or joining the committee please visit our walk page.
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Dr. Cynthia Aranow explains the impact of invisible symptoms in this episode of The Expert Series. Learn the difference between a sign and a symptom and how to discuss this topic with your healthcare team and loved ones.
For the first time since 2019, lupus advocates will come together in Washington, DC for the nation's largest lupus advocacy event! From April 23–25, Summit attendees will learn from experts in the field about the latest in lupus research, connect with hundreds of their fellow lupus advocates, and turn Capitol Hill purple by advocating for their members of Congress to join our fight against this terrible disease.
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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
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. Learn more here!
Please visit this landing page for information on the coronavirus and lupus. It contains information from the Lupus Foundation of America regarding the coronavirus, updated as needed, with additional FAQs from our National Health Educators.