February 2011

BE COUNTED!  It's Time for Answers on Lupus in NYC

Ask Your Doctor about the Just-Launched Manhattan Lupus Surveillance Program

Thanks to a collaborative between New York University and the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, the number of people with systemic lupus and number of new cases of lupus in Manhattan will finally be properly measured.


How Many New Yorkers have lupus? How old are they?
What race/ethnicity? What complications are they hit with?


Are you one of them?
If so, be sure to let your doctor know that you want to BE COUNTED! in the Manhattan Lupus Surveillance Program so that we can all raise lupus awareness—and get the data down right so that services and care go to the New Yorkers who need them.

Read more 


Also: Register Now for Next Week’s Free Webinar “Tools for Managing Your Lupus” 

Log on next Wednesday, February 23rd from 12:30PM-1:30PM EST to learn:

  • Healthy habits that really work

  • Strategies to avoid flares

  • How to control what you can, manage what you can’t, and not blame yourself!

  • And much more from lupus expert Robin Dibner, MD, of Lenox Hill Hospital


Sign up here  
(Advance registration is required.)

or:

Join us for a group viewing and discussion in Manhattan (Details: 212-685-4118), in the Bronx (Details: 718-620-2555), or in Brooklyn (Details: 718-928-2002).


Can’t attend?
We'll also have the audio and slideshow presentation available for download after the event at LupusNY.org.