Monthly Archives: September 2016

Whatyousjo.com site updates – search, mailing list, and more!

This weekend, I’ve made a few long-overdue updates to the site. First, you should notice a new search option at the top of the page. As time has passed, I’ve found it harder to locate older posts on this site,

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Hackers release medical records of Sjogren’s Syndrome patient Venus Williams

I have mixed feelings writing this post, as this information is private and should have never been released to the public. However, it has already been covered extensively by international news outlets. As a result, I’ve decided to offer my

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Sjogren’s Syndrome diagnosis, seronegativity, and the CFS/ME/fibromyalgia dumping ground

I’ve seen a lot of discussion in online forums asking if someone with negative tests actually has SS. One one hand, no one wants to be misdiagnosed. If, for example, a patient’s symptoms are actually caused by hypothyroidism, they will

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Personal Sjogren’s Syndrome Treatment Update – September 2016

It’s been months since I posted about my own treatment, so I’ve decided to post an update. I’ve also updated my treatment regimen. I will outline the updates below: Helminthic Therapy I last posted a detailed update in January. In terms of

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