COVID-19 resources from our partner network


This page will be updated as partners send us their resources.

The outbreak of COVID-19 has shaken up many lives, businesses, and governments. The medical community is focused on allocating resources and finding vaccines and treatments for COVID-19. We asked our partner network — 300+ health nonprofits, patient bloggers, publishers, patient technology companies, and other healthcare leaders committed to research progress — to share resources with us that they’re sharing with their communities.


  • Precision Vaccinations has created CoronavirusToday. CoronavirusToday is a leading publisher of fact-checked news regarding the SARS-CoV-2 virus and the disease it causes, COVID-19. By integrating vaccine developments, diagnostic tests and therapeutic medication innovations, CoronavirusToday is meeting the information needs of consumers worldwide. "We launched CoronavirusToday in early January, as the outbreak expanded throughout China and then around the globe," said Karen Hackett, President of Precision Vaccinations.


Bladder Cancer

Cognitive disorders/Alzheimer’s disease 

Guillain-Barré Syndrome

  • The GBS/CIDP Foundation International is committed to providing information, answers to your questions, and updates as they are made available. They’ve created a section on their website called “COVID-19 Updates” with resources.

Headaches and Migraines

Kidney Diseases

Lung Cancer


  • The Lupus Research Alliance hosted a live webcast on April 2, 2020, titled “Lupus and COVID-19: What You Need to Know.” The webcast addressed the most frequently asked questions doctors are hearing from people with lupus, put the hydroxychloroquine shortage into perspective, and highlighted LRA actions on behalf of the community. 
  • The Lupus Foundation of America has a hub on their site with up-to-date information on the coronavirus outbreak for people with lupus, including the latest updates, frequently answered questions from their health educators, and an informative video Q&A with Dr. Ashira Blazer, Rheumatologist at New York University's Langone Medical Center, and a member of LFA’s multidisciplinary expert Medical-Scientific Advisory Council.


Mental Health

Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

  • MSAA's hub, “The Coronavirus and MS”, is regularly updated with relevant content about COVID-19 (overview, spread, and how to stay healthy) coupled with symptoms and special considerations for individuals with MS. Here you can also find information and links to MSAA's webinars (eight of them to date), a survey project for people with MS, and – among other resources – a COVID-19 and MS Pathfinder tool to help navigate through the many issues associated with the coronavirus and the MS community. 
  • On March 30, 2020, MSAA’s Chief Medical Officer Barry Hendin, MD and the Chair of MSAA’s Healthcare Advisory Council Carrie Hersh, DO, MSc, hosted a one-hour program, “What You Need to Know About COVID-19 and MS – Program 1,” that offers a comprehensive understanding of the coronavirus. He addresses many of the MS community’s most pressing concerns, including the risk of infection, uncertainty of maintaining a disease-modifying therapy, what to do if coronavirus symptoms are suspected, and more. 
  • The MS Views and News Learning Channel provides education, advocacy and services to empower and enhance the quality of life of the MS community. In wake of COVID-19, they’ve uploaded a few informational COVID-19 videos that pertain to the MS community:

Prostate Cancer

Type 1 Diabetes

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