Top Tweets for #LiftUpLupus
To help elevate the conversation on #lupus and mental health for those who may be struggling, we got personal with @selenagomez as she shared her challenges and her success stories to #LiftUpLupus.
Read the full interview here: ow.ly/E0Oq50HbNo9
Tye battles neuropsychiatric #lupus, which makes him more susceptible to seizures, strokes, anxiety and mood changes. Tye emphasizes that building a strong support system can be valuable, helping to #LiftUpLupus both emotionally and physically.
Lupus warrior Miah SantaCruz first experienced symptoms at 7 years old and wants people to know that lupus can affect anyone – even children! She is an incredible young advocate and voice in the #lupus community and shares her inspirational words to #LiftUpLupus!
As Lupus Awareness Month 2021 has come to a close, LRA President Ken Farber takes a look in this video at the many ways we came together to #LiftUpLupus. Take pride in all the #lupuscommunity accomplished and hope in the tremendous progress underway. Watch now!
RT @LupusResearch: Lupus underdiagnosed survey by LRA and National Kidney Foundation
51% of people with lupus nephritis said they had not been previously diagnosed with lupus.
Thank you all for joining us for such an empowering #LupusAwarenessMonth. We will continue to #LiftUpLupus together with more scientific research and innovative discoveries, the ongoing support from our community and your inspiring stories as lupus warriors.
Candy Brown has been involved with the Lupus Research Alliance for many years as a walker, advocate, and fundraiser. On her own or with her incredible family, Candy is a light in the lupus community.
#MemorialWeekend As May ends, so does #LupusAwarenessMonth But #LiftUpLupus & fundraising never stop
#Memories and THANKS to those who always gave just because they knew.
@LupusResearch @KellyFund4Lupus @CaringForLupus
Whether as a walker or participating on the LRA’s Young Leaders Board, Ruth Wilson is a strong force that goes above and beyond to #LiftUpLupus by raising vital funds needed for research and raising lupus awareness.
RT @LupusResearch: This month we honor #AANHPI Month. 2020 research found that people of Asian ancestry tend to develop lupus at a younger age and have more severe disease than whites. #LAM2021
#LiftUpLupus by sharing our post and spreading awareness.
lupusresearch: This month we honor #AANHPI Month. 2020 research found that people of Asian ancestry tend to develop #lupus at a younger age and have more severe disease than whites.
#LiftUpLupus by sharing our post and spreading awareness. #LAM2021
Kelli Roseta is an inspiration to the #lupuscommunity. By raising lupus awareness, she hopes to #LiftUpLupus for those living with this disease today and for all future generations.
Despite her struggles with lupus at an early age, Aaliya Qassim remains hopeful when it comes to finding a cure for lupus. Powerful stories like her own, help remind us how we can #LiftUpLupus through our experiences and inspire our community. #LupusAwarenessMonth
Lupus underdiagnosed, shows survey by LRA and National Kidney Foundation.
51% of people with lupus nephritis said they had not been previously diagnosed with lupus
Learn more about our survey findings here: bit.ly/LN-Gaps
Today I walked for @LupusResearch
As an individual my efforts to support #Lupus Research add up...
Please contribute to my #ManyOneCan fundraising page
together we will #LiftUpLupus
Who do you wear purple for?
* Me: My daughter, Miah
· Nearly two-thirds of the public knows little or nothing about the disease beyond the name
#Lupus #LupusChat #LHandSign #LiftUpLupus #100Lupus
Alison Lee, a #lupuswarrior and lupus activist underwent a kidney transplant in 2016. Now she’s sharing her story to help #LiftUpLupus and support others who are going through their own #lupusnephritis journey. #LupusAwarenessMonth bit.ly/AlisonLee-LN
What’s EVERYTHING for you?
For me, it’s simple. Little or lots plus God equals enough. Faith. Hope. Believing.
This month we honor #AsianPacificAmericanHeritageMonth. #DYK while anyone can get #lupus, 2020 research found that people of Asian ancestry tend to develop lupus at a younger age and have more severe disease than whites. #LiftUpLupus by sharing our post and spreading awareness.
The LRA is pleased to share an article by one of our grantees Dr. Knight on hopeful developments in neuropsychiatric lupus and how her own research is improving mental health among children with #lupus. Read more: bit.ly/DrKnight-LAM
It can be challenging to cope with stress & depression. Priscilla Toral from @HSpecialSurgery shares why #mentalhealth should be a priority, especially for those living with a chronic illness, like #lupus. You're not alone & together we can #LiftUpLupus. bit.ly/PriscillaToral
Recently we have seen major breakthroughs for #lupusnephritis. New treatments provide hope to those who are living with this common, yet dangerous complication of lupus. Together through research and scientific discovery, we can #LiftUpLupus.
Watch now: bit.ly/DrRovin
When it comes to navigating #lupus, one size fits no one. But understanding the triggers behind symptoms is a great place to start. Read our RCT study with lupus patients in @jmirpub to see how Mymee helped: bit.ly/2SEvmkG #liftuplupus #qualityoflife #masteryourlupus
Tye battles neuropsychiatric #lupus, which makes him more susceptible to seizures, strokes, anxiety and mood changes. Tye emphasizes that building a strong support system can be tremendously valuable, helping to #LiftUpLupus both emotionally & physically: bit.ly/Tye-Weitman