I just returned from the 2014 Sjogren’s Syndrome Patient Conference…and just like last year, I came back excited, revved up and totally hopeful! The speakers were excellent and shared great information.
The information I will post here is the exact information that was provided by Dr.Theresa Ford who is the Medical Director of the North Georgia Rheumatology Group. I was sorry I had to leave to catch my plane & did not hear this particular information in person.
But the official message from Dr. Ford’s presentation notes say: The next decade should start to bring major changes in the treatment of Sjogren’s!
I am excited. As I listened to the discussion on the Clinical Guidelines for Sjogren’s Syndrome that Medical providers will be able to access in order to diagnose and treat Sjogren’s patients, I could not help but to be hopeful. The intense struggle for Sjogren’s patients to be heard & helped that so many of us live, will some day be a thing of the past.
Until then, let’s all keep getting the word out!
SjoDry and Hopeful!
Specifically, Dr. Ford shared the following information about What’s In The Clinical Pipeline for Sjogren’s Syndrome: