Why the butterfly?  People living with Lupus often have a rash on their face called a malar rash.  Commonly called a 'butterfly' rash, it appears across the nose and cheeks, in the shape of a butterfly's wings.  You will find a different butterfly on each page, representing how different Lupus is for each person. Come Chat with Us!

Below is a list of various chats and boards around the net -
find one just right for you!


The Lupie Bin on FaceBook

Our Color's Purple on FaceBook

Spousal Autoimmune Support Group at Yahoo! Groups

Lupus Support for African-Americans at Yahoo! Groups.
This group is for African-American women and men diagnosed with Systemetic Lupus Erythematosis and other autoimmune diseases.

Lupus Forum at Coffeerooms.com

Lupus Forums at We Have Lupus.com



(This page was updated May 2014)



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