Lupus Awareness Month 2020.

Lupus Awareness Month 2020.

During May, the Lupus Foundation of America will be educating the public and raising awareness about the disease known as lupus.

Lupus is a chronic, autoimmune disease in which the body’s immune system fails to serve its normal protective functions and instead forms antibodies that attack healthy tissues and organs. It is sometimes compared to your body being allergic to itself. For most people, lupus is a mild disease affecting only a few organs. For others, it may cause serious and even life-threatening problems.

According to the Lupus Foundation, nearly two-thirds of the public knows little or nothing about lupus. Dedicating the month of May to the disease, the Lupus Foundation hopes to raise public awareness. The Lupus Foundation is putting all their efforts into advancing lupus research and building the next generation of lupus researchers through campaigns such as Lupus Awareness Month.

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How can you take part in Lupus Awareness Month?

  • Put on purple day is May 15th: Show your support by wearing purple on this day.
  • Share on social media: Change your profile picture to show your purple pride.
  • Donate: Support the Lupus Foundation’s efforts to advance lupus research by donating.
  • Fundraising: Facebook makes it easy to set up a fundraiser for Lupus Awareness Month. Invite friends and family to help!

At Berger and Green we support Lupus Awareness Month and want our clients with lupus to know that we care about what they are going through and wish them the best. For more information on how you can support this cause visit lupus.org

If you or a loved one are suffering from a disability, contact the Social Security Disability Attorneys at Berger and Green today. Our attorneys will provide you with a free no obligation consultation to see if Social Security disability benefits are right for you. Call 412-661-1400 to speak with an attorney today.

Source:
Lupus Foundation of America, “Lupus Awareness Month

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