Monthly Archives: June 2016

New Sjogren’s Syndrome diagnostic criteria are coming

Sjogren’s Syndrome is a difficult illness to diagnose. As a result, the diagnostic criteria have changed several times. Under the current American-European Consensus Sjögren’s Classification Criteria, a patient is considered to have SS if they have ocular symptoms and oral symptoms,

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Taking a break

I’ve spent a lot of time this year posting in various online venues, particularly the Sjogren’s World forums. A lot of people have been asking questions that I myself asked years ago, and I enjoy helping where I can. It

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So many new treatment protocols (Coimbra and Modified Hannah Yoseph)

I have a serious backlog of posts that I need to deal with right now. The Sjogren’s World forums have been buzzing with a couple new treatment protocols: Chris’s modified Hannah Yoseph Protocol that I mentioned in a previous post, and

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