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About Site - Kaleidoscope Fighting Lupus Blogs are a series of informative, content rich blogs covering varied topics such as; lupus rash, lupus symptoms, lupus fog, etc. Our purpose is to educate the public and medical providers about lupus, a serious and sometimes deadly auto-immune disease, and to push foundations and governments to fund research toward its cure.
Site - lupusuk.org.uk/category/blog
About Site - LUPUS UK is the national registered charity supporting people with lupus, assisting those approaching a diagnosis and funding research and specialist nurses. it's mission is to provide advice and welfare support for people with lupus.
About Site - LupusChick is a nonprofit organization that works to empower people living with lupus through college scholarships, emergency assistance, and more. It was created by Marisa Zeppieri in 2001. On the organization's blog, Marisa and other contributors discuss lifestyle tips, review products, recipes, talk about the latest news and research, and share the stories of other people living with lupus.
About Site - Learn systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) symptoms (butterfly rash), treatment options, diagnosis, prognosis, causes, and pregnancy flares. Read about diet recommendations, and see pictures of the autoimmune disease.
Site - lupusla.org/blog
Los Angeles, CA
About Site - Lupus LA is a lupus foundation in Los Angeles CA dedicated to finding the causes of and a cure for lupus while providing support, services and hope to all people affected by lupus, throughout Los Angeles and Southern California.
Site - lupuslyfe.com
About Site - I'm Britt Clark and I have lupus. I was diagnosed in 2016 and have spent that last couple of years looking for ways to physically, mentally, financially, and spiritually accept my diagnosis. I started Lupus Lyfe to help share tips, information, awareness, and hope to other lupus warriors.
About Site - Purple is the signature color of lupus. I am a lupus survivor since 1999. This blog is to encourage lupus survivors to actively engage in advocacy by spreading lupus awareness to friends, family, and those who are newly diagnosed. I also want to encourage you to engage in activities that promote health and wellness, and to connect with support groups as support is very essential in the healing process.
About Site - Hi! This is Annie. I'm the Lupus Guru, and my goal is to use my background in nursing to talk about rheumatic diseases in a way that decodes confusing 'doctor-speak!.' I use my background as a freelance writer to write engagingly about my experiences with lupus. The more we learn, the more we become empowered, too and will hopefully learn to listen to our inner voice and begin to 'trust our gut' about our bodies and their response to our disease.
Site - lupusincolor.com
About Site - Lupus In Color Positive hope to lupus warriors one butterfly at a time! Lupus In Color has been created to cater to the needs of men,women & children of all colors of the rainbow suffering or directly affected with Lupus.
Site - despitelupus.blogspot.com
About Site - Sarah Gorman was a newlywed and successful television producer when she was diagnosed with lupus in 2001. On her blog, Despite Lupus, you can read about ongoing developments in the treatment of the disease and Sarah's personal stories of living life with lupus, as well as engage with her very active community of followers.
Site - luckfupus.com
About Site - Blog posts range from serious - like one about the complications of a recent double mastectomy - to the outrageously humorous. One thing we particularly like about LuckFupus is its realness. Life isn't all bad, even when you're fighting lupus, and it certainly isn't all great. Striking a balance and finding a reason to be joyful, no matter what the situation, seems to be working for MarlaJan.