Wherever you are on your journey, the Autoimmune Association has resources to guide you. Browse this section for information and understanding of autoimmune disease.
The Autoimmune Association provides resources for autoimmune patients with COVID-19, emerging treatment options, and prospects for prevention through vaccines and vaccination.
The Autoimmune Association recognizes the concern about the potential effects of monkeypox on autoimmune and immunocompromised individuals. We have joined several patient groups to urge the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to develop relevant information and guidance for patients and healthcare professionals. We will share any new information as it becomes available. In the meantime, please visit the CDC website for general information about monkeypox.
Gain an overview about autoimmunity, how many people are affected, causes, and more.
Diagnosing an autoimmune disease can prove challenging. The Autoimmune Association provides you with tips to get the right diagnosis.
Finding a Physician
A trusted doctor who understands and listens is one of your best tools to help you live your life to the fullest.
The Autoimmune Association provides tools and resources to help patients cope with feelings of uncertainty on their autoimmune journey.
Find out what to expect if you become a caregiver for someone with an autoimmune disease, and just as importantly, get tips to help you care for yourself.
Increasing your understanding empowers you with the knowledge to more effectively communicate with your doctor, recognize symptoms, and manage your autoimmune disease.
Find answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about autoimmune diseases, patient care, and clinical trials.
Read the latest on advocacy, community, and living with an autoimmune disease.
Find information on upcoming events in autoimmune research, education, and advocacy.
Autoimmune Community Summit
Read more on the Autoimmune Community Summit and watch previous recordings.
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