Created to educate and inform Patients and Clinicians, to assist with timely diagnosis and optimum care

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Dr Schafer

Sjogren's is:

common, complex, and always systemic.

This section reviews the current understanding of Sjogren’s for both patients and clinicians.

Diagnosis

This section aims to educate patients & clinicians on how Sjogren’s is diagnosed, including the important limitations of current diagnostic tests.

Newly Diagnosed

It can be very overwhelming when first diagnosed. This section will help you create a health care team and prioritize early Sjogren's care.

Blog

Blog articles are commentary, news and short clinical topics.

The non-blog areas focus on in-depth factual analysis and tools for self-advocacy.

Symptoms

Sjogren's symptoms range widely both in type and severity.

We will be building this section up over time, deep diving into what & why

Diagnosis

Diagnosis is mostly difficult & delayed. 

This section aims to educate both patients and healthcare professionals.

As well as giving tools to self-advocate 

Management

Managing your disease is a partnership between patient & healthcare team.

Encompassing treatment, lifestyle & monitoring

Blog

Difference between Blog vs. main website areas: Commentary & highlights vs.  in depth factual analysis & context

Management

Managing your disease is a partnership between patient & healthcare team.
Encompassing treatment, lifestyle & monitoring

Resources

Find key resources all in one place: Videos, websites, printouts, support groups etc. Many  of the best resources are the materials provided by the Sjogren's Foundation.

Blog

The blog is used for commentary and  time-sensitive topics. It is also used to provide in-depth factual analysis of specific topics that are not yet covered on the the main webpages.

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If finding the information you need isn't easy.Tap or click anywhere on this box for a short guide on how to use this website.