The Lupus Foundation’s mission is to improve the quality of life for all people affected by lupus through programs of research, education, support, and advocacy. All programs and resources can be found at Lupus.org.
The National Resource Center on Lupus is an online collection of up-to-date resources on all things lupus, available at Lupus.org/Resources featuring blog posts, articles, lupus FAQ’s, Coronavirus and Lupus Page, The Expert Series, our newly digitalized lupus information packet, and more!
Research Accelerated by You. RAY is a lupus data platform where people with lupus and caregivers provide information about their lupus experience to help researchers accelerate the development of new treatments and improve disease outcomes. Your participation can brighten the future of lupus research. Learn more at Lupus.org/RAY.
Health Education Specialists for your patients. At the Lupus Foundation of America, we work with lupus medical experts to provide resources, programs, and services that help people with lupus and their doctors manage the disease. And our staff of health education specialists are available to answer questions and provide support to people with lupus and their families. Please share our information with your patients:
Call 1-800-558-0121 or visit Lupus.org/HealthEducator to talk with an educator in English or Spanish.
You and your patients can become lupus advocates! Our lupus advocates play a critical role in helping us elevate the disease on the national health care agenda. Learn more at Lupus.org/advocate/advocate-with-us.
And join us from March 2-4, 2021 as thousands from the lupus community come together virtually for three days of educational, networking, and advocacy opportunities. Registration is free and open now for 2021 Digital Lupus Advocacy Summit: Lupus.org/Summit