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November Lupus Highlights and Resources
The Expert Series: Step Therapy and Access to Medications

In this podcast episode of The Expert Series, The Lupus Foundation of America’s Health Education Specialist and Manager Ashley Holden discusses step therapy and access to medications for people living with lupus. Listen here!

2022 Walk to End Lupus Now

Join us  for the 2022 Walk to End Lupus Now season! We are happy to announce that our Florida walks will be returning in-person, and we will also have a Virtual Mid-South walk this year for our Kentucky, Alabama, and Tennessee warriors and their families. 

Get Uncomfortable with Lupus Nephritis

Lupus nephritis is a serious complication of lupus that can cause irreversible kidney damage and kidney failure. Join us for a virtual discussion about some of the uncomfortable aspects of lupus nephritis and learn what steps you can take to help prevent further damage. Register today!

Be Your Best SELF

No matter how long you’ve been living with lupus, the SELF online self-management program has the tips and tools to help you better manage your disease. Learn more.

Contact A Health Educator

Our health education specialists are specially trained to provide people affected by lupus with non-medical counseling, disease education, information, and helpful resources. You have lupus, but you are not alone. Let us know how we can help.

Caregivers Need a Support System Too

November is National Caregiving Month. Caring for a loved one who is ill is often challenging, but you should not try to take on being a caregiver independently. By identifying people in your life who can be reliable sources of support and comfort, you can be reassured that there is someone to turn to when you need help. 

Ciandra F.
Navigating lupus made it clear how much work needs to be done. I knew I wanted to be a part of getting that work done, but I did not know where to start. Becoming an ambassador gave me direction. This program provided me with clear actionable steps, the support of an amazing team, and valuable resources that allowed me to be of service while also expanding my knowledge of lupus and the lupus community. It has been amazing to learn how to use my story to make a difference and contribute meaningfully to a cause that is so important to me.
Ciandra F.
Lupus Warrior
Covid-19 and Lupus: The Latest

We are following all developments as they relate to Covid-19 and lupus and will keep you updated as they happen.

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