APSFA Events

The APS Foundation of America, Inc has proclaimed June as APS Awareness month. In 2019, for the 14th year anniversary of the APSFA we proclaimed June 9th as World APS Day! You can celebrate by wearing burgundy and spreading awareness. Together we can bring more awareness to this disease!

Event Calendar

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          116th International Congress Fundraiser*16th International Congress Fundraiser*The 16th International Congress on Antiphospholipid Antibody Congress will be held in the UK in September 2019. Please consider a donation of $10 or more to send representation from the US to this important doctor/patient conference, which is only held every 3 years. It is vital to share information with APS specialists and other patients worldwide if we are to further knowledge and research that could benefit all patients with Antiphospholipid Syndrome. It is up to everyone to do our part to aid earlier identification of APS, make further advances in treatment options, and ultimately find a cure! The APS Foundation of America, Inc. is the only United States nonprofit health agency dedicated specifically to bringing national awareness to Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS), the major cause of multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, and young strokes and heart attacks. We are a volunteer-run, community-based, non-profit organization. Women are more likely than men to be affected by APS. Some estimates say that 75% to 90% of those affected are women. For example, it has been estimated by some doctors that one third of all of young strokes (defined as under the age of 50) are due to APS. In obstetrics it is estimated by some doctors that up to 25% of all women with 2 or more spontaneous miscarriages have APS. Some doctors believe that 1 in 5 of all Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), Pulmonary Embolism (PE), and even worse, amputations are due to APS. And it is believed that 40-50% of patients with Lupus also have APS. Still, with these statistics, APS rarely is discussed as a women’s health issue and is misdiagnosed often. Therefore the total number of people affected and true statistics are unknown really. Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS) is an autoimmune disorder in which the body recognizes certain normal components of blood and/or cell membranes as foreign substances and produces antibodies against them. There are two known forms of APS. APS may occur in people with systemic lupus erythematosus, other autoimmune disease, or in otherwise healthy individuals. Sadly, when most people hear about APS and it being referred to as autoimmune disease, they incorrectly confuse the terms autoimmune with acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS); or they think this is a form of cancer. This lack of knowledge, awareness and joint effort results in needless suffering for persons with Antiphospholipid Syndrome due to misdiagnosis and / or delayed diagnosis, which usually results in damage to vital organs. The APS Foundation of America, Inc’s vision is to bring national attention to APS as a common factor in multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, young strokes and heart attacks is vital in order to bring a joint effort to research, funding, early detection, and eventually, prevention and cure for APS. Facebook APS Awareness Month*APS Awareness Month*June is recognized as APS Awareness month. Join us every year as we bring awareness to this disease. Get in the flow. 216th International Congress Fundraiser*16th International Congress Fundraiser*The 16th International Congress on Antiphospholipid Antibody Congress will be held in the UK in September 2019. Please consider a donation of $10 or more to send representation from the US to this important doctor/patient conference, which is only held every 3 years. It is vital to share information with APS specialists and other patients worldwide if we are to further knowledge and research that could benefit all patients with Antiphospholipid Syndrome. It is up to everyone to do our part to aid earlier identification of APS, make further advances in treatment options, and ultimately find a cure! The APS Foundation of America, Inc. is the only United States nonprofit health agency dedicated specifically to bringing national awareness to Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS), the major cause of multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, and young strokes and heart attacks. We are a volunteer-run, community-based, non-profit organization. Women are more likely than men to be affected by APS. Some estimates say that 75% to 90% of those affected are women. For example, it has been estimated by some doctors that one third of all of young strokes (defined as under the age of 50) are due to APS. In obstetrics it is estimated by some doctors that up to 25% of all women with 2 or more spontaneous miscarriages have APS. Some doctors believe that 1 in 5 of all Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), Pulmonary Embolism (PE), and even worse, amputations are due to APS. And it is believed that 40-50% of patients with Lupus also have APS. Still, with these statistics, APS rarely is discussed as a women’s health issue and is misdiagnosed often. Therefore the total number of people affected and true statistics are unknown really. Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS) is an autoimmune disorder in which the body recognizes certain normal components of blood and/or cell membranes as foreign substances and produces antibodies against them. There are two known forms of APS. APS may occur in people with systemic lupus erythematosus, other autoimmune disease, or in otherwise healthy individuals. Sadly, when most people hear about APS and it being referred to as autoimmune disease, they incorrectly confuse the terms autoimmune with acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS); or they think this is a form of cancer. This lack of knowledge, awareness and joint effort results in needless suffering for persons with Antiphospholipid Syndrome due to misdiagnosis and / or delayed diagnosis, which usually results in damage to vital organs. The APS Foundation of America, Inc’s vision is to bring national attention to APS as a common factor in multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, young strokes and heart attacks is vital in order to bring a joint effort to research, funding, early detection, and eventually, prevention and cure for APS. Facebook APS Awareness Month*APS Awareness Month*June is recognized as APS Awareness month. Join us every year as we bring awareness to this disease. Get in the flow.
316th International Congress Fundraiser*16th International Congress Fundraiser*The 16th International Congress on Antiphospholipid Antibody Congress will be held in the UK in September 2019. Please consider a donation of $10 or more to send representation from the US to this important doctor/patient conference, which is only held every 3 years. It is vital to share information with APS specialists and other patients worldwide if we are to further knowledge and research that could benefit all patients with Antiphospholipid Syndrome. It is up to everyone to do our part to aid earlier identification of APS, make further advances in treatment options, and ultimately find a cure! The APS Foundation of America, Inc. is the only United States nonprofit health agency dedicated specifically to bringing national awareness to Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS), the major cause of multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, and young strokes and heart attacks. We are a volunteer-run, community-based, non-profit organization. Women are more likely than men to be affected by APS. Some estimates say that 75% to 90% of those affected are women. For example, it has been estimated by some doctors that one third of all of young strokes (defined as under the age of 50) are due to APS. In obstetrics it is estimated by some doctors that up to 25% of all women with 2 or more spontaneous miscarriages have APS. Some doctors believe that 1 in 5 of all Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), Pulmonary Embolism (PE), and even worse, amputations are due to APS. And it is believed that 40-50% of patients with Lupus also have APS. Still, with these statistics, APS rarely is discussed as a women’s health issue and is misdiagnosed often. Therefore the total number of people affected and true statistics are unknown really. Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS) is an autoimmune disorder in which the body recognizes certain normal components of blood and/or cell membranes as foreign substances and produces antibodies against them. There are two known forms of APS. APS may occur in people with systemic lupus erythematosus, other autoimmune disease, or in otherwise healthy individuals. Sadly, when most people hear about APS and it being referred to as autoimmune disease, they incorrectly confuse the terms autoimmune with acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS); or they think this is a form of cancer. This lack of knowledge, awareness and joint effort results in needless suffering for persons with Antiphospholipid Syndrome due to misdiagnosis and / or delayed diagnosis, which usually results in damage to vital organs. The APS Foundation of America, Inc’s vision is to bring national attention to APS as a common factor in multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, young strokes and heart attacks is vital in order to bring a joint effort to research, funding, early detection, and eventually, prevention and cure for APS. Facebook APS Awareness Month*APS Awareness Month*June is recognized as APS Awareness month. Join us every year as we bring awareness to this disease. Get in the flow. 416th International Congress Fundraiser*16th International Congress Fundraiser*The 16th International Congress on Antiphospholipid Antibody Congress will be held in the UK in September 2019. Please consider a donation of $10 or more to send representation from the US to this important doctor/patient conference, which is only held every 3 years. It is vital to share information with APS specialists and other patients worldwide if we are to further knowledge and research that could benefit all patients with Antiphospholipid Syndrome. It is up to everyone to do our part to aid earlier identification of APS, make further advances in treatment options, and ultimately find a cure! The APS Foundation of America, Inc. is the only United States nonprofit health agency dedicated specifically to bringing national awareness to Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS), the major cause of multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, and young strokes and heart attacks. We are a volunteer-run, community-based, non-profit organization. Women are more likely than men to be affected by APS. Some estimates say that 75% to 90% of those affected are women. For example, it has been estimated by some doctors that one third of all of young strokes (defined as under the age of 50) are due to APS. In obstetrics it is estimated by some doctors that up to 25% of all women with 2 or more spontaneous miscarriages have APS. Some doctors believe that 1 in 5 of all Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), Pulmonary Embolism (PE), and even worse, amputations are due to APS. And it is believed that 40-50% of patients with Lupus also have APS. Still, with these statistics, APS rarely is discussed as a women’s health issue and is misdiagnosed often. Therefore the total number of people affected and true statistics are unknown really. Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS) is an autoimmune disorder in which the body recognizes certain normal components of blood and/or cell membranes as foreign substances and produces antibodies against them. There are two known forms of APS. APS may occur in people with systemic lupus erythematosus, other autoimmune disease, or in otherwise healthy individuals. Sadly, when most people hear about APS and it being referred to as autoimmune disease, they incorrectly confuse the terms autoimmune with acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS); or they think this is a form of cancer. This lack of knowledge, awareness and joint effort results in needless suffering for persons with Antiphospholipid Syndrome due to misdiagnosis and / or delayed diagnosis, which usually results in damage to vital organs. The APS Foundation of America, Inc’s vision is to bring national attention to APS as a common factor in multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, young strokes and heart attacks is vital in order to bring a joint effort to research, funding, early detection, and eventually, prevention and cure for APS. Facebook APS Awareness Month*APS Awareness Month*June is recognized as APS Awareness month. Join us every year as we bring awareness to this disease. Get in the flow. 516th International Congress Fundraiser*16th International Congress Fundraiser*The 16th International Congress on Antiphospholipid Antibody Congress will be held in the UK in September 2019. Please consider a donation of $10 or more to send representation from the US to this important doctor/patient conference, which is only held every 3 years. It is vital to share information with APS specialists and other patients worldwide if we are to further knowledge and research that could benefit all patients with Antiphospholipid Syndrome. It is up to everyone to do our part to aid earlier identification of APS, make further advances in treatment options, and ultimately find a cure! The APS Foundation of America, Inc. is the only United States nonprofit health agency dedicated specifically to bringing national awareness to Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS), the major cause of multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, and young strokes and heart attacks. We are a volunteer-run, community-based, non-profit organization. Women are more likely than men to be affected by APS. Some estimates say that 75% to 90% of those affected are women. For example, it has been estimated by some doctors that one third of all of young strokes (defined as under the age of 50) are due to APS. In obstetrics it is estimated by some doctors that up to 25% of all women with 2 or more spontaneous miscarriages have APS. Some doctors believe that 1 in 5 of all Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), Pulmonary Embolism (PE), and even worse, amputations are due to APS. And it is believed that 40-50% of patients with Lupus also have APS. Still, with these statistics, APS rarely is discussed as a women’s health issue and is misdiagnosed often. Therefore the total number of people affected and true statistics are unknown really. Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS) is an autoimmune disorder in which the body recognizes certain normal components of blood and/or cell membranes as foreign substances and produces antibodies against them. There are two known forms of APS. APS may occur in people with systemic lupus erythematosus, other autoimmune disease, or in otherwise healthy individuals. Sadly, when most people hear about APS and it being referred to as autoimmune disease, they incorrectly confuse the terms autoimmune with acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS); or they think this is a form of cancer. This lack of knowledge, awareness and joint effort results in needless suffering for persons with Antiphospholipid Syndrome due to misdiagnosis and / or delayed diagnosis, which usually results in damage to vital organs. The APS Foundation of America, Inc’s vision is to bring national attention to APS as a common factor in multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, young strokes and heart attacks is vital in order to bring a joint effort to research, funding, early detection, and eventually, prevention and cure for APS. Facebook APS Awareness Month*APS Awareness Month*June is recognized as APS Awareness month. Join us every year as we bring awareness to this disease. Get in the flow. 616th International Congress Fundraiser*16th International Congress Fundraiser*The 16th International Congress on Antiphospholipid Antibody Congress will be held in the UK in September 2019. Please consider a donation of $10 or more to send representation from the US to this important doctor/patient conference, which is only held every 3 years. It is vital to share information with APS specialists and other patients worldwide if we are to further knowledge and research that could benefit all patients with Antiphospholipid Syndrome. It is up to everyone to do our part to aid earlier identification of APS, make further advances in treatment options, and ultimately find a cure! The APS Foundation of America, Inc. is the only United States nonprofit health agency dedicated specifically to bringing national awareness to Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS), the major cause of multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, and young strokes and heart attacks. We are a volunteer-run, community-based, non-profit organization. Women are more likely than men to be affected by APS. Some estimates say that 75% to 90% of those affected are women. For example, it has been estimated by some doctors that one third of all of young strokes (defined as under the age of 50) are due to APS. In obstetrics it is estimated by some doctors that up to 25% of all women with 2 or more spontaneous miscarriages have APS. Some doctors believe that 1 in 5 of all Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), Pulmonary Embolism (PE), and even worse, amputations are due to APS. And it is believed that 40-50% of patients with Lupus also have APS. Still, with these statistics, APS rarely is discussed as a women’s health issue and is misdiagnosed often. Therefore the total number of people affected and true statistics are unknown really. Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS) is an autoimmune disorder in which the body recognizes certain normal components of blood and/or cell membranes as foreign substances and produces antibodies against them. There are two known forms of APS. APS may occur in people with systemic lupus erythematosus, other autoimmune disease, or in otherwise healthy individuals. Sadly, when most people hear about APS and it being referred to as autoimmune disease, they incorrectly confuse the terms autoimmune with acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS); or they think this is a form of cancer. This lack of knowledge, awareness and joint effort results in needless suffering for persons with Antiphospholipid Syndrome due to misdiagnosis and / or delayed diagnosis, which usually results in damage to vital organs. The APS Foundation of America, Inc’s vision is to bring national attention to APS as a common factor in multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, young strokes and heart attacks is vital in order to bring a joint effort to research, funding, early detection, and eventually, prevention and cure for APS. Facebook APS Awareness Month*APS Awareness Month*June is recognized as APS Awareness month. Join us every year as we bring awareness to this disease. Get in the flow. 716th International Congress Fundraiser*16th International Congress Fundraiser*The 16th International Congress on Antiphospholipid Antibody Congress will be held in the UK in September 2019. Please consider a donation of $10 or more to send representation from the US to this important doctor/patient conference, which is only held every 3 years. It is vital to share information with APS specialists and other patients worldwide if we are to further knowledge and research that could benefit all patients with Antiphospholipid Syndrome. It is up to everyone to do our part to aid earlier identification of APS, make further advances in treatment options, and ultimately find a cure! The APS Foundation of America, Inc. is the only United States nonprofit health agency dedicated specifically to bringing national awareness to Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS), the major cause of multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, and young strokes and heart attacks. We are a volunteer-run, community-based, non-profit organization. Women are more likely than men to be affected by APS. Some estimates say that 75% to 90% of those affected are women. For example, it has been estimated by some doctors that one third of all of young strokes (defined as under the age of 50) are due to APS. In obstetrics it is estimated by some doctors that up to 25% of all women with 2 or more spontaneous miscarriages have APS. Some doctors believe that 1 in 5 of all Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), Pulmonary Embolism (PE), and even worse, amputations are due to APS. And it is believed that 40-50% of patients with Lupus also have APS. Still, with these statistics, APS rarely is discussed as a women’s health issue and is misdiagnosed often. Therefore the total number of people affected and true statistics are unknown really. Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS) is an autoimmune disorder in which the body recognizes certain normal components of blood and/or cell membranes as foreign substances and produces antibodies against them. There are two known forms of APS. APS may occur in people with systemic lupus erythematosus, other autoimmune disease, or in otherwise healthy individuals. Sadly, when most people hear about APS and it being referred to as autoimmune disease, they incorrectly confuse the terms autoimmune with acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS); or they think this is a form of cancer. This lack of knowledge, awareness and joint effort results in needless suffering for persons with Antiphospholipid Syndrome due to misdiagnosis and / or delayed diagnosis, which usually results in damage to vital organs. The APS Foundation of America, Inc’s vision is to bring national attention to APS as a common factor in multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, young strokes and heart attacks is vital in order to bring a joint effort to research, funding, early detection, and eventually, prevention and cure for APS. Facebook APS Awareness Month*APS Awareness Month*June is recognized as APS Awareness month. Join us every year as we bring awareness to this disease. Get in the flow. 816th International Congress Fundraiser*16th International Congress Fundraiser*The 16th International Congress on Antiphospholipid Antibody Congress will be held in the UK in September 2019. Please consider a donation of $10 or more to send representation from the US to this important doctor/patient conference, which is only held every 3 years. It is vital to share information with APS specialists and other patients worldwide if we are to further knowledge and research that could benefit all patients with Antiphospholipid Syndrome. It is up to everyone to do our part to aid earlier identification of APS, make further advances in treatment options, and ultimately find a cure! The APS Foundation of America, Inc. is the only United States nonprofit health agency dedicated specifically to bringing national awareness to Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS), the major cause of multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, and young strokes and heart attacks. We are a volunteer-run, community-based, non-profit organization. Women are more likely than men to be affected by APS. Some estimates say that 75% to 90% of those affected are women. For example, it has been estimated by some doctors that one third of all of young strokes (defined as under the age of 50) are due to APS. In obstetrics it is estimated by some doctors that up to 25% of all women with 2 or more spontaneous miscarriages have APS. Some doctors believe that 1 in 5 of all Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), Pulmonary Embolism (PE), and even worse, amputations are due to APS. And it is believed that 40-50% of patients with Lupus also have APS. Still, with these statistics, APS rarely is discussed as a women’s health issue and is misdiagnosed often. Therefore the total number of people affected and true statistics are unknown really. Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS) is an autoimmune disorder in which the body recognizes certain normal components of blood and/or cell membranes as foreign substances and produces antibodies against them. There are two known forms of APS. APS may occur in people with systemic lupus erythematosus, other autoimmune disease, or in otherwise healthy individuals. Sadly, when most people hear about APS and it being referred to as autoimmune disease, they incorrectly confuse the terms autoimmune with acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS); or they think this is a form of cancer. This lack of knowledge, awareness and joint effort results in needless suffering for persons with Antiphospholipid Syndrome due to misdiagnosis and / or delayed diagnosis, which usually results in damage to vital organs. The APS Foundation of America, Inc’s vision is to bring national attention to APS as a common factor in multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, young strokes and heart attacks is vital in order to bring a joint effort to research, funding, early detection, and eventually, prevention and cure for APS. Facebook APS Awareness Month*APS Awareness Month*June is recognized as APS Awareness month. Join us every year as we bring awareness to this disease. Get in the flow. 916th International Congress Fundraiser*16th International Congress Fundraiser*The 16th International Congress on Antiphospholipid Antibody Congress will be held in the UK in September 2019. Please consider a donation of $10 or more to send representation from the US to this important doctor/patient conference, which is only held every 3 years. It is vital to share information with APS specialists and other patients worldwide if we are to further knowledge and research that could benefit all patients with Antiphospholipid Syndrome. It is up to everyone to do our part to aid earlier identification of APS, make further advances in treatment options, and ultimately find a cure! The APS Foundation of America, Inc. is the only United States nonprofit health agency dedicated specifically to bringing national awareness to Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS), the major cause of multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, and young strokes and heart attacks. We are a volunteer-run, community-based, non-profit organization. Women are more likely than men to be affected by APS. Some estimates say that 75% to 90% of those affected are women. For example, it has been estimated by some doctors that one third of all of young strokes (defined as under the age of 50) are due to APS. In obstetrics it is estimated by some doctors that up to 25% of all women with 2 or more spontaneous miscarriages have APS. Some doctors believe that 1 in 5 of all Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), Pulmonary Embolism (PE), and even worse, amputations are due to APS. And it is believed that 40-50% of patients with Lupus also have APS. Still, with these statistics, APS rarely is discussed as a women’s health issue and is misdiagnosed often. Therefore the total number of people affected and true statistics are unknown really. Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS) is an autoimmune disorder in which the body recognizes certain normal components of blood and/or cell membranes as foreign substances and produces antibodies against them. There are two known forms of APS. APS may occur in people with systemic lupus erythematosus, other autoimmune disease, or in otherwise healthy individuals. Sadly, when most people hear about APS and it being referred to as autoimmune disease, they incorrectly confuse the terms autoimmune with acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS); or they think this is a form of cancer. This lack of knowledge, awareness and joint effort results in needless suffering for persons with Antiphospholipid Syndrome due to misdiagnosis and / or delayed diagnosis, which usually results in damage to vital organs. The APS Foundation of America, Inc’s vision is to bring national attention to APS as a common factor in multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, young strokes and heart attacks is vital in order to bring a joint effort to research, funding, early detection, and eventually, prevention and cure for APS. Facebook APS Awareness Month*APS Awareness Month*June is recognized as APS Awareness month. Join us every year as we bring awareness to this disease. Get in the flow. World APS Day*World APS Day*In 2019, for the 14th year anniversary of the APSFA we proclaimed June 9th as World APS Day! Celebrate World APS Day by wearing burgundy and spreading awareness every year on June 9th. Together we can bring more awareness to this disease!
1016th International Congress Fundraiser*16th International Congress Fundraiser*The 16th International Congress on Antiphospholipid Antibody Congress will be held in the UK in September 2019. Please consider a donation of $10 or more to send representation from the US to this important doctor/patient conference, which is only held every 3 years. It is vital to share information with APS specialists and other patients worldwide if we are to further knowledge and research that could benefit all patients with Antiphospholipid Syndrome. It is up to everyone to do our part to aid earlier identification of APS, make further advances in treatment options, and ultimately find a cure! The APS Foundation of America, Inc. is the only United States nonprofit health agency dedicated specifically to bringing national awareness to Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS), the major cause of multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, and young strokes and heart attacks. We are a volunteer-run, community-based, non-profit organization. Women are more likely than men to be affected by APS. Some estimates say that 75% to 90% of those affected are women. For example, it has been estimated by some doctors that one third of all of young strokes (defined as under the age of 50) are due to APS. In obstetrics it is estimated by some doctors that up to 25% of all women with 2 or more spontaneous miscarriages have APS. Some doctors believe that 1 in 5 of all Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), Pulmonary Embolism (PE), and even worse, amputations are due to APS. And it is believed that 40-50% of patients with Lupus also have APS. Still, with these statistics, APS rarely is discussed as a women’s health issue and is misdiagnosed often. Therefore the total number of people affected and true statistics are unknown really. Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS) is an autoimmune disorder in which the body recognizes certain normal components of blood and/or cell membranes as foreign substances and produces antibodies against them. There are two known forms of APS. APS may occur in people with systemic lupus erythematosus, other autoimmune disease, or in otherwise healthy individuals. Sadly, when most people hear about APS and it being referred to as autoimmune disease, they incorrectly confuse the terms autoimmune with acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS); or they think this is a form of cancer. This lack of knowledge, awareness and joint effort results in needless suffering for persons with Antiphospholipid Syndrome due to misdiagnosis and / or delayed diagnosis, which usually results in damage to vital organs. The APS Foundation of America, Inc’s vision is to bring national attention to APS as a common factor in multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, young strokes and heart attacks is vital in order to bring a joint effort to research, funding, early detection, and eventually, prevention and cure for APS. Facebook APS Awareness Month*APS Awareness Month*June is recognized as APS Awareness month. Join us every year as we bring awareness to this disease. Get in the flow. 1116th International Congress Fundraiser*16th International Congress Fundraiser*The 16th International Congress on Antiphospholipid Antibody Congress will be held in the UK in September 2019. Please consider a donation of $10 or more to send representation from the US to this important doctor/patient conference, which is only held every 3 years. It is vital to share information with APS specialists and other patients worldwide if we are to further knowledge and research that could benefit all patients with Antiphospholipid Syndrome. It is up to everyone to do our part to aid earlier identification of APS, make further advances in treatment options, and ultimately find a cure! The APS Foundation of America, Inc. is the only United States nonprofit health agency dedicated specifically to bringing national awareness to Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS), the major cause of multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, and young strokes and heart attacks. We are a volunteer-run, community-based, non-profit organization. Women are more likely than men to be affected by APS. Some estimates say that 75% to 90% of those affected are women. For example, it has been estimated by some doctors that one third of all of young strokes (defined as under the age of 50) are due to APS. In obstetrics it is estimated by some doctors that up to 25% of all women with 2 or more spontaneous miscarriages have APS. Some doctors believe that 1 in 5 of all Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), Pulmonary Embolism (PE), and even worse, amputations are due to APS. And it is believed that 40-50% of patients with Lupus also have APS. Still, with these statistics, APS rarely is discussed as a women’s health issue and is misdiagnosed often. Therefore the total number of people affected and true statistics are unknown really. Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS) is an autoimmune disorder in which the body recognizes certain normal components of blood and/or cell membranes as foreign substances and produces antibodies against them. There are two known forms of APS. APS may occur in people with systemic lupus erythematosus, other autoimmune disease, or in otherwise healthy individuals. Sadly, when most people hear about APS and it being referred to as autoimmune disease, they incorrectly confuse the terms autoimmune with acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS); or they think this is a form of cancer. This lack of knowledge, awareness and joint effort results in needless suffering for persons with Antiphospholipid Syndrome due to misdiagnosis and / or delayed diagnosis, which usually results in damage to vital organs. The APS Foundation of America, Inc’s vision is to bring national attention to APS as a common factor in multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, young strokes and heart attacks is vital in order to bring a joint effort to research, funding, early detection, and eventually, prevention and cure for APS. Facebook APS Awareness Month*APS Awareness Month*June is recognized as APS Awareness month. Join us every year as we bring awareness to this disease. Get in the flow. 1216th International Congress Fundraiser*16th International Congress Fundraiser*The 16th International Congress on Antiphospholipid Antibody Congress will be held in the UK in September 2019. Please consider a donation of $10 or more to send representation from the US to this important doctor/patient conference, which is only held every 3 years. It is vital to share information with APS specialists and other patients worldwide if we are to further knowledge and research that could benefit all patients with Antiphospholipid Syndrome. It is up to everyone to do our part to aid earlier identification of APS, make further advances in treatment options, and ultimately find a cure! The APS Foundation of America, Inc. is the only United States nonprofit health agency dedicated specifically to bringing national awareness to Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS), the major cause of multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, and young strokes and heart attacks. We are a volunteer-run, community-based, non-profit organization. Women are more likely than men to be affected by APS. Some estimates say that 75% to 90% of those affected are women. For example, it has been estimated by some doctors that one third of all of young strokes (defined as under the age of 50) are due to APS. In obstetrics it is estimated by some doctors that up to 25% of all women with 2 or more spontaneous miscarriages have APS. Some doctors believe that 1 in 5 of all Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), Pulmonary Embolism (PE), and even worse, amputations are due to APS. And it is believed that 40-50% of patients with Lupus also have APS. Still, with these statistics, APS rarely is discussed as a women’s health issue and is misdiagnosed often. Therefore the total number of people affected and true statistics are unknown really. Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS) is an autoimmune disorder in which the body recognizes certain normal components of blood and/or cell membranes as foreign substances and produces antibodies against them. There are two known forms of APS. APS may occur in people with systemic lupus erythematosus, other autoimmune disease, or in otherwise healthy individuals. Sadly, when most people hear about APS and it being referred to as autoimmune disease, they incorrectly confuse the terms autoimmune with acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS); or they think this is a form of cancer. This lack of knowledge, awareness and joint effort results in needless suffering for persons with Antiphospholipid Syndrome due to misdiagnosis and / or delayed diagnosis, which usually results in damage to vital organs. The APS Foundation of America, Inc’s vision is to bring national attention to APS as a common factor in multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, young strokes and heart attacks is vital in order to bring a joint effort to research, funding, early detection, and eventually, prevention and cure for APS. Facebook APS Awareness Month*APS Awareness Month*June is recognized as APS Awareness month. Join us every year as we bring awareness to this disease. Get in the flow. 1316th International Congress Fundraiser*16th International Congress Fundraiser*The 16th International Congress on Antiphospholipid Antibody Congress will be held in the UK in September 2019. Please consider a donation of $10 or more to send representation from the US to this important doctor/patient conference, which is only held every 3 years. It is vital to share information with APS specialists and other patients worldwide if we are to further knowledge and research that could benefit all patients with Antiphospholipid Syndrome. It is up to everyone to do our part to aid earlier identification of APS, make further advances in treatment options, and ultimately find a cure! The APS Foundation of America, Inc. is the only United States nonprofit health agency dedicated specifically to bringing national awareness to Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS), the major cause of multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, and young strokes and heart attacks. We are a volunteer-run, community-based, non-profit organization. Women are more likely than men to be affected by APS. Some estimates say that 75% to 90% of those affected are women. For example, it has been estimated by some doctors that one third of all of young strokes (defined as under the age of 50) are due to APS. In obstetrics it is estimated by some doctors that up to 25% of all women with 2 or more spontaneous miscarriages have APS. Some doctors believe that 1 in 5 of all Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), Pulmonary Embolism (PE), and even worse, amputations are due to APS. And it is believed that 40-50% of patients with Lupus also have APS. Still, with these statistics, APS rarely is discussed as a women’s health issue and is misdiagnosed often. Therefore the total number of people affected and true statistics are unknown really. Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS) is an autoimmune disorder in which the body recognizes certain normal components of blood and/or cell membranes as foreign substances and produces antibodies against them. There are two known forms of APS. APS may occur in people with systemic lupus erythematosus, other autoimmune disease, or in otherwise healthy individuals. Sadly, when most people hear about APS and it being referred to as autoimmune disease, they incorrectly confuse the terms autoimmune with acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS); or they think this is a form of cancer. This lack of knowledge, awareness and joint effort results in needless suffering for persons with Antiphospholipid Syndrome due to misdiagnosis and / or delayed diagnosis, which usually results in damage to vital organs. The APS Foundation of America, Inc’s vision is to bring national attention to APS as a common factor in multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, young strokes and heart attacks is vital in order to bring a joint effort to research, funding, early detection, and eventually, prevention and cure for APS. Facebook APS Awareness Month*APS Awareness Month*June is recognized as APS Awareness month. Join us every year as we bring awareness to this disease. Get in the flow. 1416th International Congress Fundraiser*16th International Congress Fundraiser*The 16th International Congress on Antiphospholipid Antibody Congress will be held in the UK in September 2019. Please consider a donation of $10 or more to send representation from the US to this important doctor/patient conference, which is only held every 3 years. It is vital to share information with APS specialists and other patients worldwide if we are to further knowledge and research that could benefit all patients with Antiphospholipid Syndrome. It is up to everyone to do our part to aid earlier identification of APS, make further advances in treatment options, and ultimately find a cure! The APS Foundation of America, Inc. is the only United States nonprofit health agency dedicated specifically to bringing national awareness to Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS), the major cause of multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, and young strokes and heart attacks. We are a volunteer-run, community-based, non-profit organization. Women are more likely than men to be affected by APS. Some estimates say that 75% to 90% of those affected are women. For example, it has been estimated by some doctors that one third of all of young strokes (defined as under the age of 50) are due to APS. In obstetrics it is estimated by some doctors that up to 25% of all women with 2 or more spontaneous miscarriages have APS. Some doctors believe that 1 in 5 of all Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), Pulmonary Embolism (PE), and even worse, amputations are due to APS. And it is believed that 40-50% of patients with Lupus also have APS. Still, with these statistics, APS rarely is discussed as a women’s health issue and is misdiagnosed often. Therefore the total number of people affected and true statistics are unknown really. Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS) is an autoimmune disorder in which the body recognizes certain normal components of blood and/or cell membranes as foreign substances and produces antibodies against them. There are two known forms of APS. APS may occur in people with systemic lupus erythematosus, other autoimmune disease, or in otherwise healthy individuals. Sadly, when most people hear about APS and it being referred to as autoimmune disease, they incorrectly confuse the terms autoimmune with acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS); or they think this is a form of cancer. This lack of knowledge, awareness and joint effort results in needless suffering for persons with Antiphospholipid Syndrome due to misdiagnosis and / or delayed diagnosis, which usually results in damage to vital organs. The APS Foundation of America, Inc’s vision is to bring national attention to APS as a common factor in multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, young strokes and heart attacks is vital in order to bring a joint effort to research, funding, early detection, and eventually, prevention and cure for APS. Facebook APS Awareness Month*APS Awareness Month*June is recognized as APS Awareness month. Join us every year as we bring awareness to this disease. Get in the flow. 1516th International Congress Fundraiser*16th International Congress Fundraiser*The 16th International Congress on Antiphospholipid Antibody Congress will be held in the UK in September 2019. Please consider a donation of $10 or more to send representation from the US to this important doctor/patient conference, which is only held every 3 years. It is vital to share information with APS specialists and other patients worldwide if we are to further knowledge and research that could benefit all patients with Antiphospholipid Syndrome. It is up to everyone to do our part to aid earlier identification of APS, make further advances in treatment options, and ultimately find a cure! The APS Foundation of America, Inc. is the only United States nonprofit health agency dedicated specifically to bringing national awareness to Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS), the major cause of multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, and young strokes and heart attacks. We are a volunteer-run, community-based, non-profit organization. Women are more likely than men to be affected by APS. Some estimates say that 75% to 90% of those affected are women. For example, it has been estimated by some doctors that one third of all of young strokes (defined as under the age of 50) are due to APS. In obstetrics it is estimated by some doctors that up to 25% of all women with 2 or more spontaneous miscarriages have APS. Some doctors believe that 1 in 5 of all Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), Pulmonary Embolism (PE), and even worse, amputations are due to APS. And it is believed that 40-50% of patients with Lupus also have APS. Still, with these statistics, APS rarely is discussed as a women’s health issue and is misdiagnosed often. Therefore the total number of people affected and true statistics are unknown really. Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS) is an autoimmune disorder in which the body recognizes certain normal components of blood and/or cell membranes as foreign substances and produces antibodies against them. There are two known forms of APS. APS may occur in people with systemic lupus erythematosus, other autoimmune disease, or in otherwise healthy individuals. Sadly, when most people hear about APS and it being referred to as autoimmune disease, they incorrectly confuse the terms autoimmune with acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS); or they think this is a form of cancer. This lack of knowledge, awareness and joint effort results in needless suffering for persons with Antiphospholipid Syndrome due to misdiagnosis and / or delayed diagnosis, which usually results in damage to vital organs. The APS Foundation of America, Inc’s vision is to bring national attention to APS as a common factor in multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, young strokes and heart attacks is vital in order to bring a joint effort to research, funding, early detection, and eventually, prevention and cure for APS. Facebook APS Awareness Month*APS Awareness Month*June is recognized as APS Awareness month. Join us every year as we bring awareness to this disease. Get in the flow. 1616th International Congress Fundraiser*16th International Congress Fundraiser*The 16th International Congress on Antiphospholipid Antibody Congress will be held in the UK in September 2019. Please consider a donation of $10 or more to send representation from the US to this important doctor/patient conference, which is only held every 3 years. It is vital to share information with APS specialists and other patients worldwide if we are to further knowledge and research that could benefit all patients with Antiphospholipid Syndrome. It is up to everyone to do our part to aid earlier identification of APS, make further advances in treatment options, and ultimately find a cure! The APS Foundation of America, Inc. is the only United States nonprofit health agency dedicated specifically to bringing national awareness to Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS), the major cause of multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, and young strokes and heart attacks. We are a volunteer-run, community-based, non-profit organization. Women are more likely than men to be affected by APS. Some estimates say that 75% to 90% of those affected are women. For example, it has been estimated by some doctors that one third of all of young strokes (defined as under the age of 50) are due to APS. In obstetrics it is estimated by some doctors that up to 25% of all women with 2 or more spontaneous miscarriages have APS. Some doctors believe that 1 in 5 of all Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), Pulmonary Embolism (PE), and even worse, amputations are due to APS. And it is believed that 40-50% of patients with Lupus also have APS. Still, with these statistics, APS rarely is discussed as a women’s health issue and is misdiagnosed often. Therefore the total number of people affected and true statistics are unknown really. Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS) is an autoimmune disorder in which the body recognizes certain normal components of blood and/or cell membranes as foreign substances and produces antibodies against them. There are two known forms of APS. APS may occur in people with systemic lupus erythematosus, other autoimmune disease, or in otherwise healthy individuals. Sadly, when most people hear about APS and it being referred to as autoimmune disease, they incorrectly confuse the terms autoimmune with acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS); or they think this is a form of cancer. This lack of knowledge, awareness and joint effort results in needless suffering for persons with Antiphospholipid Syndrome due to misdiagnosis and / or delayed diagnosis, which usually results in damage to vital organs. The APS Foundation of America, Inc’s vision is to bring national attention to APS as a common factor in multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, young strokes and heart attacks is vital in order to bring a joint effort to research, funding, early detection, and eventually, prevention and cure for APS. Facebook APS Awareness Month*APS Awareness Month*June is recognized as APS Awareness month. Join us every year as we bring awareness to this disease. Get in the flow.
1716th International Congress Fundraiser*16th International Congress Fundraiser*The 16th International Congress on Antiphospholipid Antibody Congress will be held in the UK in September 2019. Please consider a donation of $10 or more to send representation from the US to this important doctor/patient conference, which is only held every 3 years. It is vital to share information with APS specialists and other patients worldwide if we are to further knowledge and research that could benefit all patients with Antiphospholipid Syndrome. It is up to everyone to do our part to aid earlier identification of APS, make further advances in treatment options, and ultimately find a cure! The APS Foundation of America, Inc. is the only United States nonprofit health agency dedicated specifically to bringing national awareness to Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS), the major cause of multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, and young strokes and heart attacks. We are a volunteer-run, community-based, non-profit organization. Women are more likely than men to be affected by APS. Some estimates say that 75% to 90% of those affected are women. For example, it has been estimated by some doctors that one third of all of young strokes (defined as under the age of 50) are due to APS. In obstetrics it is estimated by some doctors that up to 25% of all women with 2 or more spontaneous miscarriages have APS. Some doctors believe that 1 in 5 of all Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), Pulmonary Embolism (PE), and even worse, amputations are due to APS. And it is believed that 40-50% of patients with Lupus also have APS. Still, with these statistics, APS rarely is discussed as a women’s health issue and is misdiagnosed often. Therefore the total number of people affected and true statistics are unknown really. Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS) is an autoimmune disorder in which the body recognizes certain normal components of blood and/or cell membranes as foreign substances and produces antibodies against them. There are two known forms of APS. APS may occur in people with systemic lupus erythematosus, other autoimmune disease, or in otherwise healthy individuals. Sadly, when most people hear about APS and it being referred to as autoimmune disease, they incorrectly confuse the terms autoimmune with acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS); or they think this is a form of cancer. This lack of knowledge, awareness and joint effort results in needless suffering for persons with Antiphospholipid Syndrome due to misdiagnosis and / or delayed diagnosis, which usually results in damage to vital organs. The APS Foundation of America, Inc’s vision is to bring national attention to APS as a common factor in multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, young strokes and heart attacks is vital in order to bring a joint effort to research, funding, early detection, and eventually, prevention and cure for APS. Facebook APS Awareness Month*APS Awareness Month*June is recognized as APS Awareness month. Join us every year as we bring awareness to this disease. Get in the flow. 1816th International Congress Fundraiser*16th International Congress Fundraiser*The 16th International Congress on Antiphospholipid Antibody Congress will be held in the UK in September 2019. Please consider a donation of $10 or more to send representation from the US to this important doctor/patient conference, which is only held every 3 years. It is vital to share information with APS specialists and other patients worldwide if we are to further knowledge and research that could benefit all patients with Antiphospholipid Syndrome. It is up to everyone to do our part to aid earlier identification of APS, make further advances in treatment options, and ultimately find a cure! The APS Foundation of America, Inc. is the only United States nonprofit health agency dedicated specifically to bringing national awareness to Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS), the major cause of multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, and young strokes and heart attacks. We are a volunteer-run, community-based, non-profit organization. Women are more likely than men to be affected by APS. Some estimates say that 75% to 90% of those affected are women. For example, it has been estimated by some doctors that one third of all of young strokes (defined as under the age of 50) are due to APS. In obstetrics it is estimated by some doctors that up to 25% of all women with 2 or more spontaneous miscarriages have APS. Some doctors believe that 1 in 5 of all Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), Pulmonary Embolism (PE), and even worse, amputations are due to APS. And it is believed that 40-50% of patients with Lupus also have APS. Still, with these statistics, APS rarely is discussed as a women’s health issue and is misdiagnosed often. Therefore the total number of people affected and true statistics are unknown really. Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS) is an autoimmune disorder in which the body recognizes certain normal components of blood and/or cell membranes as foreign substances and produces antibodies against them. There are two known forms of APS. APS may occur in people with systemic lupus erythematosus, other autoimmune disease, or in otherwise healthy individuals. Sadly, when most people hear about APS and it being referred to as autoimmune disease, they incorrectly confuse the terms autoimmune with acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS); or they think this is a form of cancer. This lack of knowledge, awareness and joint effort results in needless suffering for persons with Antiphospholipid Syndrome due to misdiagnosis and / or delayed diagnosis, which usually results in damage to vital organs. The APS Foundation of America, Inc’s vision is to bring national attention to APS as a common factor in multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, young strokes and heart attacks is vital in order to bring a joint effort to research, funding, early detection, and eventually, prevention and cure for APS. Facebook APS Awareness Month*APS Awareness Month*June is recognized as APS Awareness month. Join us every year as we bring awareness to this disease. Get in the flow. 1916th International Congress Fundraiser*16th International Congress Fundraiser*The 16th International Congress on Antiphospholipid Antibody Congress will be held in the UK in September 2019. Please consider a donation of $10 or more to send representation from the US to this important doctor/patient conference, which is only held every 3 years. It is vital to share information with APS specialists and other patients worldwide if we are to further knowledge and research that could benefit all patients with Antiphospholipid Syndrome. It is up to everyone to do our part to aid earlier identification of APS, make further advances in treatment options, and ultimately find a cure! The APS Foundation of America, Inc. is the only United States nonprofit health agency dedicated specifically to bringing national awareness to Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS), the major cause of multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, and young strokes and heart attacks. We are a volunteer-run, community-based, non-profit organization. Women are more likely than men to be affected by APS. Some estimates say that 75% to 90% of those affected are women. For example, it has been estimated by some doctors that one third of all of young strokes (defined as under the age of 50) are due to APS. In obstetrics it is estimated by some doctors that up to 25% of all women with 2 or more spontaneous miscarriages have APS. Some doctors believe that 1 in 5 of all Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), Pulmonary Embolism (PE), and even worse, amputations are due to APS. And it is believed that 40-50% of patients with Lupus also have APS. Still, with these statistics, APS rarely is discussed as a women’s health issue and is misdiagnosed often. Therefore the total number of people affected and true statistics are unknown really. Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS) is an autoimmune disorder in which the body recognizes certain normal components of blood and/or cell membranes as foreign substances and produces antibodies against them. There are two known forms of APS. APS may occur in people with systemic lupus erythematosus, other autoimmune disease, or in otherwise healthy individuals. Sadly, when most people hear about APS and it being referred to as autoimmune disease, they incorrectly confuse the terms autoimmune with acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS); or they think this is a form of cancer. This lack of knowledge, awareness and joint effort results in needless suffering for persons with Antiphospholipid Syndrome due to misdiagnosis and / or delayed diagnosis, which usually results in damage to vital organs. The APS Foundation of America, Inc’s vision is to bring national attention to APS as a common factor in multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, young strokes and heart attacks is vital in order to bring a joint effort to research, funding, early detection, and eventually, prevention and cure for APS. Facebook APS Awareness Month*APS Awareness Month*June is recognized as APS Awareness month. Join us every year as we bring awareness to this disease. Get in the flow. 2016th International Congress Fundraiser*16th International Congress Fundraiser*The 16th International Congress on Antiphospholipid Antibody Congress will be held in the UK in September 2019. Please consider a donation of $10 or more to send representation from the US to this important doctor/patient conference, which is only held every 3 years. It is vital to share information with APS specialists and other patients worldwide if we are to further knowledge and research that could benefit all patients with Antiphospholipid Syndrome. It is up to everyone to do our part to aid earlier identification of APS, make further advances in treatment options, and ultimately find a cure! The APS Foundation of America, Inc. is the only United States nonprofit health agency dedicated specifically to bringing national awareness to Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS), the major cause of multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, and young strokes and heart attacks. We are a volunteer-run, community-based, non-profit organization. Women are more likely than men to be affected by APS. Some estimates say that 75% to 90% of those affected are women. For example, it has been estimated by some doctors that one third of all of young strokes (defined as under the age of 50) are due to APS. In obstetrics it is estimated by some doctors that up to 25% of all women with 2 or more spontaneous miscarriages have APS. Some doctors believe that 1 in 5 of all Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), Pulmonary Embolism (PE), and even worse, amputations are due to APS. And it is believed that 40-50% of patients with Lupus also have APS. Still, with these statistics, APS rarely is discussed as a women’s health issue and is misdiagnosed often. Therefore the total number of people affected and true statistics are unknown really. Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS) is an autoimmune disorder in which the body recognizes certain normal components of blood and/or cell membranes as foreign substances and produces antibodies against them. There are two known forms of APS. APS may occur in people with systemic lupus erythematosus, other autoimmune disease, or in otherwise healthy individuals. Sadly, when most people hear about APS and it being referred to as autoimmune disease, they incorrectly confuse the terms autoimmune with acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS); or they think this is a form of cancer. This lack of knowledge, awareness and joint effort results in needless suffering for persons with Antiphospholipid Syndrome due to misdiagnosis and / or delayed diagnosis, which usually results in damage to vital organs. The APS Foundation of America, Inc’s vision is to bring national attention to APS as a common factor in multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, young strokes and heart attacks is vital in order to bring a joint effort to research, funding, early detection, and eventually, prevention and cure for APS. Facebook APS Awareness Month*APS Awareness Month*June is recognized as APS Awareness month. Join us every year as we bring awareness to this disease. Get in the flow. 2116th International Congress Fundraiser*16th International Congress Fundraiser*The 16th International Congress on Antiphospholipid Antibody Congress will be held in the UK in September 2019. Please consider a donation of $10 or more to send representation from the US to this important doctor/patient conference, which is only held every 3 years. It is vital to share information with APS specialists and other patients worldwide if we are to further knowledge and research that could benefit all patients with Antiphospholipid Syndrome. It is up to everyone to do our part to aid earlier identification of APS, make further advances in treatment options, and ultimately find a cure! The APS Foundation of America, Inc. is the only United States nonprofit health agency dedicated specifically to bringing national awareness to Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS), the major cause of multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, and young strokes and heart attacks. We are a volunteer-run, community-based, non-profit organization. Women are more likely than men to be affected by APS. Some estimates say that 75% to 90% of those affected are women. For example, it has been estimated by some doctors that one third of all of young strokes (defined as under the age of 50) are due to APS. In obstetrics it is estimated by some doctors that up to 25% of all women with 2 or more spontaneous miscarriages have APS. Some doctors believe that 1 in 5 of all Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), Pulmonary Embolism (PE), and even worse, amputations are due to APS. And it is believed that 40-50% of patients with Lupus also have APS. Still, with these statistics, APS rarely is discussed as a women’s health issue and is misdiagnosed often. Therefore the total number of people affected and true statistics are unknown really. Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS) is an autoimmune disorder in which the body recognizes certain normal components of blood and/or cell membranes as foreign substances and produces antibodies against them. There are two known forms of APS. APS may occur in people with systemic lupus erythematosus, other autoimmune disease, or in otherwise healthy individuals. Sadly, when most people hear about APS and it being referred to as autoimmune disease, they incorrectly confuse the terms autoimmune with acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS); or they think this is a form of cancer. This lack of knowledge, awareness and joint effort results in needless suffering for persons with Antiphospholipid Syndrome due to misdiagnosis and / or delayed diagnosis, which usually results in damage to vital organs. The APS Foundation of America, Inc’s vision is to bring national attention to APS as a common factor in multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, young strokes and heart attacks is vital in order to bring a joint effort to research, funding, early detection, and eventually, prevention and cure for APS. Facebook APS Awareness Month*APS Awareness Month*June is recognized as APS Awareness month. Join us every year as we bring awareness to this disease. Get in the flow. 2216th International Congress Fundraiser*16th International Congress Fundraiser*The 16th International Congress on Antiphospholipid Antibody Congress will be held in the UK in September 2019. Please consider a donation of $10 or more to send representation from the US to this important doctor/patient conference, which is only held every 3 years. It is vital to share information with APS specialists and other patients worldwide if we are to further knowledge and research that could benefit all patients with Antiphospholipid Syndrome. It is up to everyone to do our part to aid earlier identification of APS, make further advances in treatment options, and ultimately find a cure! The APS Foundation of America, Inc. is the only United States nonprofit health agency dedicated specifically to bringing national awareness to Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS), the major cause of multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, and young strokes and heart attacks. We are a volunteer-run, community-based, non-profit organization. Women are more likely than men to be affected by APS. Some estimates say that 75% to 90% of those affected are women. For example, it has been estimated by some doctors that one third of all of young strokes (defined as under the age of 50) are due to APS. In obstetrics it is estimated by some doctors that up to 25% of all women with 2 or more spontaneous miscarriages have APS. Some doctors believe that 1 in 5 of all Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), Pulmonary Embolism (PE), and even worse, amputations are due to APS. And it is believed that 40-50% of patients with Lupus also have APS. Still, with these statistics, APS rarely is discussed as a women’s health issue and is misdiagnosed often. Therefore the total number of people affected and true statistics are unknown really. Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS) is an autoimmune disorder in which the body recognizes certain normal components of blood and/or cell membranes as foreign substances and produces antibodies against them. There are two known forms of APS. APS may occur in people with systemic lupus erythematosus, other autoimmune disease, or in otherwise healthy individuals. Sadly, when most people hear about APS and it being referred to as autoimmune disease, they incorrectly confuse the terms autoimmune with acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS); or they think this is a form of cancer. This lack of knowledge, awareness and joint effort results in needless suffering for persons with Antiphospholipid Syndrome due to misdiagnosis and / or delayed diagnosis, which usually results in damage to vital organs. The APS Foundation of America, Inc’s vision is to bring national attention to APS as a common factor in multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, young strokes and heart attacks is vital in order to bring a joint effort to research, funding, early detection, and eventually, prevention and cure for APS. Facebook APS Awareness Month*APS Awareness Month*June is recognized as APS Awareness month. Join us every year as we bring awareness to this disease. Get in the flow. 2316th International Congress Fundraiser*16th International Congress Fundraiser*The 16th International Congress on Antiphospholipid Antibody Congress will be held in the UK in September 2019. Please consider a donation of $10 or more to send representation from the US to this important doctor/patient conference, which is only held every 3 years. It is vital to share information with APS specialists and other patients worldwide if we are to further knowledge and research that could benefit all patients with Antiphospholipid Syndrome. It is up to everyone to do our part to aid earlier identification of APS, make further advances in treatment options, and ultimately find a cure! The APS Foundation of America, Inc. is the only United States nonprofit health agency dedicated specifically to bringing national awareness to Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS), the major cause of multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, and young strokes and heart attacks. We are a volunteer-run, community-based, non-profit organization. Women are more likely than men to be affected by APS. Some estimates say that 75% to 90% of those affected are women. For example, it has been estimated by some doctors that one third of all of young strokes (defined as under the age of 50) are due to APS. In obstetrics it is estimated by some doctors that up to 25% of all women with 2 or more spontaneous miscarriages have APS. Some doctors believe that 1 in 5 of all Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), Pulmonary Embolism (PE), and even worse, amputations are due to APS. And it is believed that 40-50% of patients with Lupus also have APS. Still, with these statistics, APS rarely is discussed as a women’s health issue and is misdiagnosed often. Therefore the total number of people affected and true statistics are unknown really. Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS) is an autoimmune disorder in which the body recognizes certain normal components of blood and/or cell membranes as foreign substances and produces antibodies against them. There are two known forms of APS. APS may occur in people with systemic lupus erythematosus, other autoimmune disease, or in otherwise healthy individuals. Sadly, when most people hear about APS and it being referred to as autoimmune disease, they incorrectly confuse the terms autoimmune with acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS); or they think this is a form of cancer. This lack of knowledge, awareness and joint effort results in needless suffering for persons with Antiphospholipid Syndrome due to misdiagnosis and / or delayed diagnosis, which usually results in damage to vital organs. The APS Foundation of America, Inc’s vision is to bring national attention to APS as a common factor in multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, young strokes and heart attacks is vital in order to bring a joint effort to research, funding, early detection, and eventually, prevention and cure for APS. Facebook APS Awareness Month*APS Awareness Month*June is recognized as APS Awareness month. Join us every year as we bring awareness to this disease. Get in the flow.
2416th International Congress Fundraiser*16th International Congress Fundraiser*The 16th International Congress on Antiphospholipid Antibody Congress will be held in the UK in September 2019. Please consider a donation of $10 or more to send representation from the US to this important doctor/patient conference, which is only held every 3 years. It is vital to share information with APS specialists and other patients worldwide if we are to further knowledge and research that could benefit all patients with Antiphospholipid Syndrome. It is up to everyone to do our part to aid earlier identification of APS, make further advances in treatment options, and ultimately find a cure! The APS Foundation of America, Inc. is the only United States nonprofit health agency dedicated specifically to bringing national awareness to Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS), the major cause of multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, and young strokes and heart attacks. We are a volunteer-run, community-based, non-profit organization. Women are more likely than men to be affected by APS. Some estimates say that 75% to 90% of those affected are women. For example, it has been estimated by some doctors that one third of all of young strokes (defined as under the age of 50) are due to APS. In obstetrics it is estimated by some doctors that up to 25% of all women with 2 or more spontaneous miscarriages have APS. Some doctors believe that 1 in 5 of all Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), Pulmonary Embolism (PE), and even worse, amputations are due to APS. And it is believed that 40-50% of patients with Lupus also have APS. Still, with these statistics, APS rarely is discussed as a women’s health issue and is misdiagnosed often. Therefore the total number of people affected and true statistics are unknown really. Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS) is an autoimmune disorder in which the body recognizes certain normal components of blood and/or cell membranes as foreign substances and produces antibodies against them. There are two known forms of APS. APS may occur in people with systemic lupus erythematosus, other autoimmune disease, or in otherwise healthy individuals. Sadly, when most people hear about APS and it being referred to as autoimmune disease, they incorrectly confuse the terms autoimmune with acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS); or they think this is a form of cancer. This lack of knowledge, awareness and joint effort results in needless suffering for persons with Antiphospholipid Syndrome due to misdiagnosis and / or delayed diagnosis, which usually results in damage to vital organs. The APS Foundation of America, Inc’s vision is to bring national attention to APS as a common factor in multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, young strokes and heart attacks is vital in order to bring a joint effort to research, funding, early detection, and eventually, prevention and cure for APS. Facebook APS Awareness Month*APS Awareness Month*June is recognized as APS Awareness month. Join us every year as we bring awareness to this disease. Get in the flow. 2516th International Congress Fundraiser*16th International Congress Fundraiser*The 16th International Congress on Antiphospholipid Antibody Congress will be held in the UK in September 2019. Please consider a donation of $10 or more to send representation from the US to this important doctor/patient conference, which is only held every 3 years. It is vital to share information with APS specialists and other patients worldwide if we are to further knowledge and research that could benefit all patients with Antiphospholipid Syndrome. It is up to everyone to do our part to aid earlier identification of APS, make further advances in treatment options, and ultimately find a cure! The APS Foundation of America, Inc. is the only United States nonprofit health agency dedicated specifically to bringing national awareness to Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS), the major cause of multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, and young strokes and heart attacks. We are a volunteer-run, community-based, non-profit organization. Women are more likely than men to be affected by APS. Some estimates say that 75% to 90% of those affected are women. For example, it has been estimated by some doctors that one third of all of young strokes (defined as under the age of 50) are due to APS. In obstetrics it is estimated by some doctors that up to 25% of all women with 2 or more spontaneous miscarriages have APS. Some doctors believe that 1 in 5 of all Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), Pulmonary Embolism (PE), and even worse, amputations are due to APS. And it is believed that 40-50% of patients with Lupus also have APS. Still, with these statistics, APS rarely is discussed as a women’s health issue and is misdiagnosed often. Therefore the total number of people affected and true statistics are unknown really. Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS) is an autoimmune disorder in which the body recognizes certain normal components of blood and/or cell membranes as foreign substances and produces antibodies against them. There are two known forms of APS. APS may occur in people with systemic lupus erythematosus, other autoimmune disease, or in otherwise healthy individuals. Sadly, when most people hear about APS and it being referred to as autoimmune disease, they incorrectly confuse the terms autoimmune with acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS); or they think this is a form of cancer. This lack of knowledge, awareness and joint effort results in needless suffering for persons with Antiphospholipid Syndrome due to misdiagnosis and / or delayed diagnosis, which usually results in damage to vital organs. The APS Foundation of America, Inc’s vision is to bring national attention to APS as a common factor in multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, young strokes and heart attacks is vital in order to bring a joint effort to research, funding, early detection, and eventually, prevention and cure for APS. Facebook APS Awareness Month*APS Awareness Month*June is recognized as APS Awareness month. Join us every year as we bring awareness to this disease. Get in the flow. 2616th International Congress Fundraiser*16th International Congress Fundraiser*The 16th International Congress on Antiphospholipid Antibody Congress will be held in the UK in September 2019. Please consider a donation of $10 or more to send representation from the US to this important doctor/patient conference, which is only held every 3 years. It is vital to share information with APS specialists and other patients worldwide if we are to further knowledge and research that could benefit all patients with Antiphospholipid Syndrome. It is up to everyone to do our part to aid earlier identification of APS, make further advances in treatment options, and ultimately find a cure! The APS Foundation of America, Inc. is the only United States nonprofit health agency dedicated specifically to bringing national awareness to Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS), the major cause of multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, and young strokes and heart attacks. We are a volunteer-run, community-based, non-profit organization. Women are more likely than men to be affected by APS. Some estimates say that 75% to 90% of those affected are women. For example, it has been estimated by some doctors that one third of all of young strokes (defined as under the age of 50) are due to APS. In obstetrics it is estimated by some doctors that up to 25% of all women with 2 or more spontaneous miscarriages have APS. Some doctors believe that 1 in 5 of all Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), Pulmonary Embolism (PE), and even worse, amputations are due to APS. And it is believed that 40-50% of patients with Lupus also have APS. Still, with these statistics, APS rarely is discussed as a women’s health issue and is misdiagnosed often. Therefore the total number of people affected and true statistics are unknown really. Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS) is an autoimmune disorder in which the body recognizes certain normal components of blood and/or cell membranes as foreign substances and produces antibodies against them. There are two known forms of APS. APS may occur in people with systemic lupus erythematosus, other autoimmune disease, or in otherwise healthy individuals. Sadly, when most people hear about APS and it being referred to as autoimmune disease, they incorrectly confuse the terms autoimmune with acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS); or they think this is a form of cancer. This lack of knowledge, awareness and joint effort results in needless suffering for persons with Antiphospholipid Syndrome due to misdiagnosis and / or delayed diagnosis, which usually results in damage to vital organs. The APS Foundation of America, Inc’s vision is to bring national attention to APS as a common factor in multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, young strokes and heart attacks is vital in order to bring a joint effort to research, funding, early detection, and eventually, prevention and cure for APS. Facebook APS Awareness Month*APS Awareness Month*June is recognized as APS Awareness month. Join us every year as we bring awareness to this disease. Get in the flow. 2716th International Congress Fundraiser*16th International Congress Fundraiser*The 16th International Congress on Antiphospholipid Antibody Congress will be held in the UK in September 2019. Please consider a donation of $10 or more to send representation from the US to this important doctor/patient conference, which is only held every 3 years. It is vital to share information with APS specialists and other patients worldwide if we are to further knowledge and research that could benefit all patients with Antiphospholipid Syndrome. It is up to everyone to do our part to aid earlier identification of APS, make further advances in treatment options, and ultimately find a cure! The APS Foundation of America, Inc. is the only United States nonprofit health agency dedicated specifically to bringing national awareness to Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS), the major cause of multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, and young strokes and heart attacks. We are a volunteer-run, community-based, non-profit organization. Women are more likely than men to be affected by APS. Some estimates say that 75% to 90% of those affected are women. For example, it has been estimated by some doctors that one third of all of young strokes (defined as under the age of 50) are due to APS. In obstetrics it is estimated by some doctors that up to 25% of all women with 2 or more spontaneous miscarriages have APS. Some doctors believe that 1 in 5 of all Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), Pulmonary Embolism (PE), and even worse, amputations are due to APS. And it is believed that 40-50% of patients with Lupus also have APS. Still, with these statistics, APS rarely is discussed as a women’s health issue and is misdiagnosed often. Therefore the total number of people affected and true statistics are unknown really. Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS) is an autoimmune disorder in which the body recognizes certain normal components of blood and/or cell membranes as foreign substances and produces antibodies against them. There are two known forms of APS. APS may occur in people with systemic lupus erythematosus, other autoimmune disease, or in otherwise healthy individuals. Sadly, when most people hear about APS and it being referred to as autoimmune disease, they incorrectly confuse the terms autoimmune with acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS); or they think this is a form of cancer. This lack of knowledge, awareness and joint effort results in needless suffering for persons with Antiphospholipid Syndrome due to misdiagnosis and / or delayed diagnosis, which usually results in damage to vital organs. The APS Foundation of America, Inc’s vision is to bring national attention to APS as a common factor in multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, young strokes and heart attacks is vital in order to bring a joint effort to research, funding, early detection, and eventually, prevention and cure for APS. Facebook APS Awareness Month*APS Awareness Month*June is recognized as APS Awareness month. Join us every year as we bring awareness to this disease. Get in the flow. 2816th International Congress Fundraiser*16th International Congress Fundraiser*The 16th International Congress on Antiphospholipid Antibody Congress will be held in the UK in September 2019. Please consider a donation of $10 or more to send representation from the US to this important doctor/patient conference, which is only held every 3 years. It is vital to share information with APS specialists and other patients worldwide if we are to further knowledge and research that could benefit all patients with Antiphospholipid Syndrome. It is up to everyone to do our part to aid earlier identification of APS, make further advances in treatment options, and ultimately find a cure! The APS Foundation of America, Inc. is the only United States nonprofit health agency dedicated specifically to bringing national awareness to Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS), the major cause of multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, and young strokes and heart attacks. We are a volunteer-run, community-based, non-profit organization. Women are more likely than men to be affected by APS. Some estimates say that 75% to 90% of those affected are women. For example, it has been estimated by some doctors that one third of all of young strokes (defined as under the age of 50) are due to APS. In obstetrics it is estimated by some doctors that up to 25% of all women with 2 or more spontaneous miscarriages have APS. Some doctors believe that 1 in 5 of all Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), Pulmonary Embolism (PE), and even worse, amputations are due to APS. And it is believed that 40-50% of patients with Lupus also have APS. Still, with these statistics, APS rarely is discussed as a women’s health issue and is misdiagnosed often. Therefore the total number of people affected and true statistics are unknown really. Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS) is an autoimmune disorder in which the body recognizes certain normal components of blood and/or cell membranes as foreign substances and produces antibodies against them. There are two known forms of APS. APS may occur in people with systemic lupus erythematosus, other autoimmune disease, or in otherwise healthy individuals. Sadly, when most people hear about APS and it being referred to as autoimmune disease, they incorrectly confuse the terms autoimmune with acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS); or they think this is a form of cancer. This lack of knowledge, awareness and joint effort results in needless suffering for persons with Antiphospholipid Syndrome due to misdiagnosis and / or delayed diagnosis, which usually results in damage to vital organs. The APS Foundation of America, Inc’s vision is to bring national attention to APS as a common factor in multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, young strokes and heart attacks is vital in order to bring a joint effort to research, funding, early detection, and eventually, prevention and cure for APS. Facebook APS Awareness Month*APS Awareness Month*June is recognized as APS Awareness month. Join us every year as we bring awareness to this disease. Get in the flow. 2916th International Congress Fundraiser*16th International Congress Fundraiser*The 16th International Congress on Antiphospholipid Antibody Congress will be held in the UK in September 2019. Please consider a donation of $10 or more to send representation from the US to this important doctor/patient conference, which is only held every 3 years. It is vital to share information with APS specialists and other patients worldwide if we are to further knowledge and research that could benefit all patients with Antiphospholipid Syndrome. It is up to everyone to do our part to aid earlier identification of APS, make further advances in treatment options, and ultimately find a cure! The APS Foundation of America, Inc. is the only United States nonprofit health agency dedicated specifically to bringing national awareness to Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS), the major cause of multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, and young strokes and heart attacks. We are a volunteer-run, community-based, non-profit organization. Women are more likely than men to be affected by APS. Some estimates say that 75% to 90% of those affected are women. For example, it has been estimated by some doctors that one third of all of young strokes (defined as under the age of 50) are due to APS. In obstetrics it is estimated by some doctors that up to 25% of all women with 2 or more spontaneous miscarriages have APS. Some doctors believe that 1 in 5 of all Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), Pulmonary Embolism (PE), and even worse, amputations are due to APS. And it is believed that 40-50% of patients with Lupus also have APS. Still, with these statistics, APS rarely is discussed as a women’s health issue and is misdiagnosed often. Therefore the total number of people affected and true statistics are unknown really. Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS) is an autoimmune disorder in which the body recognizes certain normal components of blood and/or cell membranes as foreign substances and produces antibodies against them. There are two known forms of APS. APS may occur in people with systemic lupus erythematosus, other autoimmune disease, or in otherwise healthy individuals. Sadly, when most people hear about APS and it being referred to as autoimmune disease, they incorrectly confuse the terms autoimmune with acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS); or they think this is a form of cancer. This lack of knowledge, awareness and joint effort results in needless suffering for persons with Antiphospholipid Syndrome due to misdiagnosis and / or delayed diagnosis, which usually results in damage to vital organs. The APS Foundation of America, Inc’s vision is to bring national attention to APS as a common factor in multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, young strokes and heart attacks is vital in order to bring a joint effort to research, funding, early detection, and eventually, prevention and cure for APS. Facebook APS Awareness Month*APS Awareness Month*June is recognized as APS Awareness month. Join us every year as we bring awareness to this disease. Get in the flow. 3016th International Congress Fundraiser*16th International Congress Fundraiser*The 16th International Congress on Antiphospholipid Antibody Congress will be held in the UK in September 2019. Please consider a donation of $10 or more to send representation from the US to this important doctor/patient conference, which is only held every 3 years. It is vital to share information with APS specialists and other patients worldwide if we are to further knowledge and research that could benefit all patients with Antiphospholipid Syndrome. It is up to everyone to do our part to aid earlier identification of APS, make further advances in treatment options, and ultimately find a cure! The APS Foundation of America, Inc. is the only United States nonprofit health agency dedicated specifically to bringing national awareness to Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS), the major cause of multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, and young strokes and heart attacks. We are a volunteer-run, community-based, non-profit organization. Women are more likely than men to be affected by APS. Some estimates say that 75% to 90% of those affected are women. For example, it has been estimated by some doctors that one third of all of young strokes (defined as under the age of 50) are due to APS. In obstetrics it is estimated by some doctors that up to 25% of all women with 2 or more spontaneous miscarriages have APS. Some doctors believe that 1 in 5 of all Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), Pulmonary Embolism (PE), and even worse, amputations are due to APS. And it is believed that 40-50% of patients with Lupus also have APS. Still, with these statistics, APS rarely is discussed as a women’s health issue and is misdiagnosed often. Therefore the total number of people affected and true statistics are unknown really. Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS) is an autoimmune disorder in which the body recognizes certain normal components of blood and/or cell membranes as foreign substances and produces antibodies against them. There are two known forms of APS. APS may occur in people with systemic lupus erythematosus, other autoimmune disease, or in otherwise healthy individuals. Sadly, when most people hear about APS and it being referred to as autoimmune disease, they incorrectly confuse the terms autoimmune with acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS); or they think this is a form of cancer. This lack of knowledge, awareness and joint effort results in needless suffering for persons with Antiphospholipid Syndrome due to misdiagnosis and / or delayed diagnosis, which usually results in damage to vital organs. The APS Foundation of America, Inc’s vision is to bring national attention to APS as a common factor in multiple miscarriages, thrombosis, young strokes and heart attacks is vital in order to bring a joint effort to research, funding, early detection, and eventually, prevention and cure for APS. Facebook APS Awareness Month*APS Awareness Month*June is recognized as APS Awareness month. Join us every year as we bring awareness to this disease. Get in the flow.
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