World Lupus Day Manifesto

World Lupus Day is May 10.

Let’s Join Together to Fight Lupus

We are a network of more than five million people around the world who are living with lupus. And while lupus is a severe and life-changing autoimmune disease that can affect any organ system in the body, we refuse to let lupus define us.

We are fighters — passionate and dedicated — who have chosen to join forces with our families, doctors, medical researchers, government leaders, and caring people like you to fight lupus.

We are warriors — determined to bring an end to the devastating impact of lupus. We will not quit until we secure a better quality of life for all people with lupus, their families, and future generations, so everyone can live well in a world without lupus.

To win this battle, more people around the world must join our fight. The first step begins with education. Knowledge is a powerful tool that can defeat lupus. Knowledge can help those who are looking for answers and provide support and hope to people who struggle with lupus every day.

Knowledge also can rally people to our cause. With knowledge, they can take actions to increase awareness, raise money for research, and encourage government leaders to do everything they can to help people with lupus.

There is more you need to know about lupus. Learn everything you can. Share your knowledge with others. Urge them to help us defeat this terrible disease.

Let’s join together to fight lupus. Discover how you can make a difference for millions of people around the world who are living with lupus. Let’s defeat lupus in our lifetime.

Written by World Lupus Federation

The World Lupus Federation (WLF) is a coalition of lupus groups around the world who work together to improve the quality of life for people living with lupus, their family members and caregivers.

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  1. Lupus Unites People with Unlimited Support is doing their bit for lupus awareness and info on social media #lupusawareness

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