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World Lupus Day

The World Lupus Federation, of which Lupus Canada is one of the founding members, released the results of a global survey that measures the level of public awareness of lupus. The survey was commissioned by GSK and the data shared with the World Lupus Federation as part of its support for people with lupus. The […]

June 4th, 2018|What's New|0 Comments

Notice of the Annual General Meeting of Lupus Canada

March 7th, 2018|What's New|0 Comments

Lupus Canada made the Healthline list of the Best Lupus Nonprofits!

Winners list:https://www.healthline.com/health/lupus/best-non-profits-lupus


January 22nd, 2018|What's New|0 Comments

Partnership with Radicool

Lupus Canada has Partnered with Radicool


September 14th, 2017|What's New|0 Comments

World Lupus Federation issues global e-Report

World Lupus Federation issues global e-Report on the impact of lupus on individuals and families.. http://tinyurl.com/kmukjtj

May 10th, 2017|What's New|0 Comments

Get your POP t-shirt today

Get your Put on Purple Lupus Canada t-shirt for $25! To place an order please email info@lupuscanada.org or call 1-800-661-1468. T-shirts will be delivered the week of May 15.

May 10th, 2017|What's New|0 Comments


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Lupus Canada will host its 2017 Annual General Meeting on

Thursday March 30, 2017 at 7:30pm EST by teleconference call.

Members can access the meeting by calling 1-888-289-4573 and providing the access code

2514899 when prompted.

The agenda for this meeting will include the following:

Approval of the 2016 Annual General Meeting Minutes
Appointment […]

March 3rd, 2017|What's New|0 Comments

Explore a Clinical Research Study for Your Lupus

The Tulip Program is a series of clinical research studies evaluating an investigational drug for systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE). If you have been living with systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), commonly known as lupus, you may be eligible to participate in the Tulip SLE Study. The goal of the Tulip SLE Study is to find out whether an investigational drug may help reduce symptoms of lupus and limit the need for other medications. During the study period, participants will be allowed to take their currently prescribed lupus medications.
February 13th, 2017|What's New|0 Comments