Monthly Archives: January 2016

Helminthic Therapy for Sjogren’s Syndrome – 10.5 month update

I was thinking to wait for the full year, but I’ve had some requests for an update on my helminthic therapy results. A reminder of previous events: February 2015 – decided to order NA (necator americanus, aka hookworms) March 2015 – first

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“This Changes Everything” – important Sjogren’s Syndrome findings from John Hopkins

The Winter edition of LEAP, a publication published by the John Hopkin’s School of Medicine’s Division of Rheumatology, has some very important news. Under the article heading “This Changes Everything”: Two people with Sjögren’s syndrome can have identical symptoms, and

Posted in Diagnosis, Research, Treatment

Bad news for Rituxan fans

I try to keep my research-oriented posts focussed on positive news, but occasionally some bad news pops up that needs to be shared. Rituxan (generic Rituximab) is a biologic monoclonal antibody used to treat rheumatoid arthritis and various cancers. As a

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Hope for 2016 – 5 upcoming treatments for Sjogren’s Syndrome

Happy new year everyone! Holiday and new years celebrations tend to evoke a lot of memories for me, particularly of healthier times before SS symptoms. In an effort to focus on the positive, I decided to look over promising treatment

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