The World Lupus Federation (WLF) has created a survey alongside lupus organizations around the globe focusing on access to care for individuals with lupus.
World Lupus Federation Global Survey of People Living with Lupus Finds 87% Report at Least One Major Organ Affected by the Disease
In a recent international survey, the World Lupus Federation found that 87% of the survey respondents living with lupus reported that the disease has impacted one or more major organs or organ systems. Over 6,700 people with lupus participated in the survey from over 100 countries.
Highlights from World Lupus Day 2022
Check out some highlights from another successful World Lupus Day in 2022!
Building a Better Future for People with Lupus
The World Lupus Federation is proud to represent the lupus patient community in a new collaboration to set the bar for what quality care looks like and create a better future for patients living with lupus.
World Lupus Federation Global Survey of People with Lupus Finds Half of Respondents Experienced a Decrease in Access to Healthcare During COVID-19 Pandemic
Over one third of survey respondents living with lupus were unable to access the COVID-19 vaccine earlier than the general population
Global Advisory Committee Identifies Solutions for Addressing Top Lupus Barriers
The Addressing Lupus Pillars for Health Advancement (ALPHA) project is a unique global consensus initiative that seeks to identify and prioritize the fundamental barriers or knowledge gaps that will allow providers, researchers and scientists to improve diagnosis, treatment and systems of care for people with lupus.