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Did you know that 73% of Americans, ages 18-34, those most at risk for the disease, have never heard of lupus or know little or nothing about lupus beyond the name? We need more people to understand the importance of lupus and will be conducting activities in May to spread awareness and raise funds for much-needed research.

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United - Together - Powerful: October 16, 2021! Join us for the Walk to End Lupus Now series this fall to make your steps count!

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Lupus Links has moved to May in honor of Lupus Awareness Month! The 27th year of this tournament continues at Green Valley Country Club, including dinner and silent auction, as the course continues to take COVID-19-related precautions.

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Lupus is a chronic autoimmune disease that disproportionately affects women and certain racial and ethnic groups, including the Hispanic community. Lupus awareness is significantly low within this high-risk group and there is a need to raise awareness about lupus in Hispanic communities. Please help provide feedback to our organization regarding the Hispanic/Latinx community.

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The Living Well with Lupus Series is the Philadelphia Tri-State Chapter's signature educational event. Each seminar brings together people living with lupus, their families, interested health professionals and a panel of experts to share the latest information to help individuals live well - or better - with lupus. Stay tuned for the full 2021 schedule!

Watch a previous seminar

Let's Talk About It (previously known as Ask the Experts) is a series of monthly educational webinars designed to provide you with important information about living with lupus and better managing your symptoms.

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A support group is a self-help group, composed of people with lupus along with their family members and friends who gather periodically to share common concerns. People are willing to talk freely and to trust openly in the good will of the other group members.

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Help spread lupus style! Proceeds from your purchase go towards the local lupus community. Happy shopping!

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The Guggenheim Grant-In-Aid program was established to provide limited financial assistance for special or emergency needs for individuals with lupus. Apply today, with applications in English and Spanish.