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What If Your Pain Were Visible?

What if your invisible illness could be made visible?

What if you could wear something that brought attention to the pain you’re feeling, the pain no one can see? 491 more words

Spoonie Life

Lupus the teacher

When I was first diagnosed, I was petrified that I was going to die. It seemed like a death sentence – it definitely isn’t. Little did I know that living with Lupus would teach me so much and in fact make be a stronger person. 518 more words

My Life on Lupus: Dreaming of Mice

Boy, how do I describe a set of days with lupus? Despite the fact that there are a lot of bloggers out there talking about a lot of chronic conditions, I have a hard time focusing on a storyline or a metaphor. 1,139 more words


Awareness is key for Saskatchewan lupus society in October

SASKATOON – The president of Saskatchewan’s lupus society says raising awareness of the disease is a major focus of the group and will help patients in the future. 286 more words


Lupus: Do You Know What Symptoms To Look Out For?

According to the Lupus Foundation of America, an estimated 1.5 million people have some form of lupus. Although this autoimmune disease can affect all ages, races, and both genders, the majority of lupus patients – 90 percent to be exact – tend to be women. 513 more words


The Atlanta Royales's Team Page for 2015 Atlanta Walk to End Lupus Now

My first experience with Lupus is when I was 19 years old.  My sisters cousin, 12 years old, passed away from this mysterious disease.  I had never heard of Lupus but I can say that I’ve never forgot it either.  84 more words