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Information about Sjogren’s Syndrome in the news.


SjoDry Survives.. It is with great relief that I can report that SjoDry did not hear the “L” word (Lymphoma). I can always look back at my previous blog posts and tell exactly how I was feeling when I wrote … Continue reading

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Sjogren’s Syndrome….Research and Clinical Guidelines

It’s happening..Sjogren’s Syndrome is gaining more attention from the medical community with significant research to support it. It is well known by individuals within the Sjogren’s patient community and the Sjogren’s Doctors who treat them, that Sjogren’s Syndrome is not … Continue reading

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SSF Clinical Practice Guidelines for management of Sjogren’s

Thanks to Julia at Reasonably Well who provided this recent article by Frederick Vivino. So glad that the professional medical community will begin to recognize Sjogren’s Syndrome in a more meaningful way.  

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Venus Williams Steps Up for Sjogren’s Awareness

BETHESDA, MD–(Marketwired – Apr 25, 2013) – The Sjogren’s Syndrome Foundation (SSF) is excited to announce Venus Williams as the Honorary Chairperson of our Carroll Petrie Foundation Sjogren’s Awareness Ambassador Program. “Venus’ willingness to share her story makes her a … Continue reading

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