How Sick Kids Helped Me with Arthritis and Lupus Story by Bethany Sousa Often in life, people are within the presence of those who suffer from certain illnesses or diseases, but never could imagine that, one day, it may be them conquering that same battle.
World Lupus Day – What does it mean to you and me? Story by Betty Bellamy LESS Essay Chair / Publicity Contact Betty (centre) receiving award The World Health Organization proclaimed the first ever World Lupus Day on May 10, 2004, giving global recognition to
As an initiative of the Canadian Rheumatology Association and endorsed by Lupus Canada and the Canadian Network of Improved Outcomes in SLE, the Canadian SLE Working Group has recently published new recommendations for the assessment and monitoring of lupus patients in Canada. This working group
Health Canada’s recent approval of BENLYSTA™ marks the first new treatment available in almost 50 years to the over 1:1000 Canadian men, women and children who are living with Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE) an autoimmune disease with no known cause or cure. Lupus most often