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Lupus New Zealand welcomes you to explore our website and become more informed about this life-changing condition.

We are committed to providing education, support and awareness amongst the lupus community, their families and friends.

For more on-line information about lupus and related disorders, please visit our 'resources' page to gain access to a world wide resource base.

We update the site regularly with news and events throughout the year......please visit us again! 

Lupus North Shore wishes you all a happy and healthy New Year.  Our informal meetings will begin again on 3 February 2016.                                                                                                                                     

Lupus New Zealand currently operates with a small group of volunteers:

We provide...

- an 0800 number which provides a telephone support network and is often first point of contact for those diagnosed with lupus, their families or caregivers. Our volunteer will help where possible with any concerns.

- Lupus North Shore meetings are held monthly to socialise and learn from others in a caring environment. At the meetings we provide educational materials, library books for borrowing and refreshments.

-  website which provides lupus related information and links to additional information on our 'resources' page. 

- Lupus New Zealand facebook page, an important part of enabling lupus people to share information. 

Contact us:  0800 324 634 or email 




The opinions and statements expressed by the authors or contributors to this website do not necessarily reflect the opinions or positions of  Lupus  New Zealand. In all medical matters, we recommend that you seek professional advice from a qualified doctor or health professional.