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Thanksgiving update with BCG vaccine study results

It’s been 6 months since my last post, largely due to a busy schedule and technical issues. I changed computers, and had a little trouble transferring my site management setup. I’ve also had to stop taking Plaquenil/hydroxychloroquine this summer, and

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BCG Vaccine: new Sjogren’s Syndrome trial and possible delays

It’s been a while since my last post. Unfortunately, I spent much of March sick, first with a bout of flu, then a nasty sinus infection that migrated to my chest. Between the two, my immune system took a real

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Promising diabetes treatment offers hope for SS sufferers

While it is great to see more biologics and traditional drugs enter the market, it is this kind of research that really gets me excited: Now researchers at the University of California and Yale have shown that the ‘T-regs’ can

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Another exciting clinical trial (BCG vaccine)

This trial is of personal interest to me. Back in 2013, my early research had led to to the lab of Dr. Denise Faustman. Dr. Faustman has been pushing her theory that an old tuberculosis vaccine can treat and possibly

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