This year for World Lupus Day on May 10, 2021 we’re going to Make Lupus Visible using the power of social media to show the world the many faces of lupus and the impact of this debilitating autoimmune disease.
World Lupus Federation Global Survey of People with Lupus Finds Half of Respondents Experienced a Decrease in Access to Healthcare During COVID-19 Pandemic
Over one third of survey respondents living with lupus were unable to access the COVID-19 vaccine earlier than the general population
Government leaders around the world are issuing proclamations declaring May 10 as World Lupus Day and calling for more research, greater public awareness and support services for those affected by lupus.
Lupus is a chronic autoimmune disease that can damage any part of the body (skin, joints, and/or organs). At least five million people around the world are living with lupus.
The World Lupus Federation conducted a global survey on how lupus affects physical function and quality of life.
Check out our Awareness Toolkit and then join us for World Lupus Day on 10 May to raise lupus awareness and educate people about the challenges individuals with lupus face every day.
Participate in an international survey focusing on how lupus impacts physical function and quality of life.
A short video that highlights some of the hundreds of activities conducted to mark the 16th annual observance of World Lupus Day.
On our way toward generating more than 110 million impressions on social media during World Lupus Day. Be sure to use the hashtag #WordLupusDay so we can repost your images.
GSK conceived, developed and led the ‘A Vision for Lupus’ initiative in collaboration with a Global Multidisciplinary Steering Committee, and the report outlines three specific, patient-centred Calls to Action to the lupus community.