Articles About Lupus
You might be wondering about how lupus may affect specific parts of your body, including your heart and kidneys. Along with medications for lupus, you may be curious about acupuncture or complementary and alternative therapies for pain and their interactions with lupus. It’s important to understand the impact that lupus medications may have on your mood. If you are having difficulty coping with the stress of managing lupus, speak with your doctor and find support from families, friends, or the LANtern program.
The Mary Kirkland Center for Lupus Care and the Mary Kirkland Center for Lupus Research at Hospital for Special Surgery are fully integrated centers that facilitate individualized and state-of-the-art patient care and research and offer special patient education articles and reports developed by HSS rheumatologists and other experts on lupus. In addition, visit the SLE Workshop page for summaries of presentations by lupus experts. For more articles about lupus, check out the Lupus (SLE) page on the HSS website.
In addition to the resources on the LANtern and HSS web sites, you will find more lupus-related information on the following web sites:
Lupus Related Patient Service and/or Research Organizations:
Government Web Sites with Lupus Information:
Lupus Information in Chinese:
Now available for free download, LupusMinder was developed at HSS to track medications, daily symptoms and appointments. Visit hss.edu/lupusminder.
Call the LANtern® support line:
866.505.2253 - toll-free
212.774.2508 - New York City
LANtern offers bilingual resources about lupus that specifically address important issues.