Leading the way to a cure

Lupus Research Update: 2008 Volume 4

Volume 4, 2008 - Online Edition | In This Issue

Message From The President >
ALR Leadership Paves Way For Research Breakthroughs >
Success! Congress Passes Department of Defense Funding for Lupus Research >
Lupus Research Progress: Meet Dr. Anselm Hennis / Meet Dr. Anne Davidson >
The Faces of Lupus – Francine Katz: 2008 ALR Volunteer of the Year >
The Faces of Lupus – Angela Barmby Greenberg: 2008 ALR Quest for a Cure Award >
2008 Events Highlights >
Successful 2008 ALR National Volunteer Meeting and Advocacy Day >
Celebrating ALR Volunteers at the Working Together For A Cure National Awards Dinner >
ALR Top Walkers, Teams & Corporate Sponsors >

The Faces of Lupus

Angela Barmby Greenberg: 2008 ALR Quest for a Cure Award

Angela Greenberg, Barbara Boyts, Robert Wood Johnson IVOne of my closest friends, Ginger Launey DeSalvo, lost her battle with lupus in 2003. We had seen each other through so many things – college, marriage, kids – and then I supported her through her battle with lupus.

Ginger was absolutely convinced that the cure for lupus was just over the horizon. That's why I'm so committed to raising money for the research that will find that cure.

I carry my mission to fund lupus research with me wherever I go. I've learned that when I share Ginger's story and tell about the millions of others who are affected by lupus, people are moved to help. I encourage others to tell your lupus stories wherever you go to motivate the people you know to get involved in the search for a cure.

1.5 million

people in the U.S. have Lupus.

172 million

dollars committed to lupus research by the Lupus Research Alliance.

We're walking across the United States to raise awareness and funds for lupus research.


Show your support by visiting the Lupus Research Alliance online store. Discover the perfect gift, or prepare for a walk with our selection of apparel and accessories.

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