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The Kim Jolly Lupus Research Fund
In 2007 Kim Jolly, daughter of Christine and Rob Jolly, passed away due to complications associated with systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE); the world's most common, incurable and debilitating multisystem autoimmune/chronic inflammatory disease.
In honour of Kim's memory, and in partnership with Arthritis Victoria, the Kim Jolly Lupus Research Fund was created to support and accelerate research into finding better treatments for Australians living with lupus, and ultimately finding a cure.
About our research
The Centre for Inflammatory Diseases in the School of Clinical Sciences at Monash Health (headed by Professor Eric Morand) is working on a number of exciting cross-discipline projects like non-steroids lupus treatments that reduce side-effects and improve patient outcomes and establishing the Australian Lupus Registry to fast-track clinician access to data and accelerate research.
Make a secure, tax-deductible donation (for contributions of $2 and above) to the Kim Jolly Lupus Research Fund today. Your generous donation will be used in furthering research to treat and cure this debilitating and all too often deadly disease.