Information, Podcasts, & Videos
- " Lupus - Research & Treatment Update" by Dr. Diane Kamen
- " Rheumatoid Arthritis " by Dr. Jim Oates
- " Research and Treatment Update for Osteoarthritis" by Dr. Jim Oates
- Download the latest MUSCLE Newsletter (PDF)
Check out Dx.Lupus for answers to your Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about lupus
Lupus Support Group and Local Chapter of the Lupus Foundation of America
For information on the “Lupus: Listening and Learning Group” in Charleston, please contact Michele Singletary at 843-729-0289. Meetings are the 2nd Monday of every other month, from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall of Mount Pleasant Presbyterian Church. All patients with lupus, family members, friends and supporters are invited!
The National Resource Center on Lupus is an online one-stop resource for all things lupus!
Lupus Columbia SC provides lupus support groups, education, advocacy, and awareness.
Our neighbor's website at the North Carolina Chapter of the LFA
The Lupus Initiative - dedicated to improving disease recognition and management of lupus in patient populations disproportionately affected based on race, ethnicity, and gender. They also feature CME activities for healthcare providers.
The LFA’s Center for Clinical Trials Education - for valuable information about participating in research
MUSC Homepage for Clinical Research Studies at MUSC - for up-to-date listings of all the research studies available through MUSC, searchable by area of interest or by disease name
For more information about Lupus Research at MUSC or to join our mailing list, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-866-859-6107 (toll-free) or 843-792-8997.
A list of our currently enrolling Lupus Clinical Studies can be found on the MUSC Clinical Research website.
Visit our research to learn more about our basic and translational research labs.
Lupus Group Announcements
Learn about the latest news and events from the Lupus Foundation of America.