National Public Health Agenda for Lupus Unveiled at Capitol Hill

The first-ever national roadmap to improve treatment and care for people with lupus was just unveiled during a briefing on Capitol Hill. The National Public Health Agenda for Lupus identifies public health priorities, strategies and recommendations relevant to current efforts in lupus biomedical research and clinical care. The National Public Health Agenda for Lupus was developed by the Lupus Foundation of America and the National Association of Chronic Disease Directors in collaboration with leading lupus and public health experts and people living with lupus.  The effort was made possible through funding from the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Find full report here.