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Sjogren’s Syndrome Foundation cuts diagnosis time in half and the positive impact on existing patients

SS patients know well the difficulty of obtaining a diagnosis. The symptoms of SS are often ascribed to other maladies, side effects, or natural aging. The diversity of symptoms means that many doctors, dentists, optometrists, and specialists see only part

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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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A informative article on Venus Williams

It’s not exactly a huge media outlet, but Tech Insider has a well-written article on Venus William’s struggle with Sjogren’s Syndrome. From the article: “Williams went through a series of misdiagnoses for years, The New York Times reported. Sjogren’s is difficult to

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The Autoimmune Paleo Diet gets some time in US News & World Report

I’ve been playing with my diet a bit lately. I was a vegetarian up until my symptoms started getting worse. As the vegetarian diet hadn’t been helping, I decided to switch to various paleo diets, particularly the Autoimmune Paleo Diet.

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Article on Venus Williams and Sjogren’s Syndrome

I’ve never been a huge fan of professional tennis, but I have found myself following Venus Williams more since my Sjogren’s diagnosis. Struggling with an often-ignored disease means that there are few role models to look to, and Venus has

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