Our mission is to build a supportive community for you, your family and friends so you don't have to manage lupus alone. We are not exclusive and welcome anyone who needs lupus support in the San Francisco Bay Area.
We're here to offer assistance through our support group meetings and guest speakers and through information and resources learned and shared among members of our community. We also encourage our group to participate in events that help spread awareness and fundraise for lupus research. This includes participation in San Francisco fairs, activities involving our main chapter, The Lupus Foundation of Northern California as well as participating in The Alliance for Lupus Research Walk with Us to Cure Lupus and The Lupus Foundation of America Walk to Cure Lupus Now.
Contact us if you have any questions or comments.
MAY 1- 25 | REGAN MOVES
In honor of Lupus Awareness month, the LFNC is excited to offer this virtual low impact fitness series to people living with lupus and their loved ones for FREE!
DATE : Tue, Thu - May 1 - May 25
TIME: 10:00 AM - 10:30 AM
CLICK HERE to Sign Up!
WED MAY 10 | WORLD LUPUS DAY
Spread awareness about lupus by sharing key messages and facts on your social media channels to educate family, friends and more about the impact lupus has on millions of lives around the world by using the World Lupus Federation’s Lupus Awareness Toolkit.
DATE : Wed, May 10
TIME: ALL DAY
GET INVOLVED for World Lupus Day
WED MAY 10 | PUT ON PURPLE FOR WORLD LUPUS DAY
Lupus Foundation of America
TIME: ALL DAY
SAT MAY 13 | SAN FRANCISCO OPEN HOUSE
Join the Lupus Foundation of America for a wellbeing trifecta: in person connections, community togetherness and helping others.
DATE : Sat, May 13
TIME: 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
LOCATION: Mission Hall: Global Health and Clinical Sciences Building
More info about the walk! >
We updated a few resources! Check them out!
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FDA Fast Tracks Potential CAR T-Cell Therapy for Lupus Can this be the future of remission? Comment: Can this be the future of remission?May 2023, Medscape