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Why the Purple Butterfly?

Ride For Lupus - Butterfly Rash The purple butterfly represents the rash most Lupus patients have, more often than not on their face. It is called the Butterfly rash, is purple and expands over the face from one cheek bone, over the bridge of the nose and over the other cheek bone, looking very much like a butterfly has landed on the face, hence the name, Butterfly rash. This is symbolic for all Lupus patients.
   
 
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SickKids Presentation

Ride for Lupis -presentation 2014
We presented Dr. Silverman, head of the Pediatric Lupus Research Unit at the Hospital for Sick Children, with a cheque in the amount of $2,405.00! Every cent of this goes directly to the lab where they are currently working on if/how Lupus is genetic.


 

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