How do I get treatment?
For further information and appointments please contact us on:
+44 (0) 20 7234 2155
Charities supported by The London Lupus Centre
The team at The London Lupus Centre supports two charities - The St Thomas' Lupus Trust and the Hughes Syndrome Foundation.
The St Thomas' Lupus Trust
A registered charity, that was set up in 1992 with the twin aims of furthering education on lupus and supporting lupus research at St Thomas' Hospital.
This charity currently funds the salaries of three doctors in the lupus clinic at St Thomas' Hospital, a laboratory technician and one post-doctoral fellow. It also supports the running costs of the lupus research unit, which currently publishes some 40 research papers a year on lupus.
The Hughes Syndrome Foundation
Funds research into Hughes syndrome, including aspects of thrombosis and recurrent miscarriage. It also supports national and international teaching initiatives and educational material aimed at improving awareness.
For further information on books, information leaflets, events, meetings etc, please contact Kate Fitzpatrick on:
020 7188 8217.