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This website and blog are largely based on my interpretation of the medical and scientific literature. Citations are noted in parentheses. I also draw on other resources, especially the Sjogren’s Foundation (SF) materials,  www.sjogrens.org.  The opinions expressed in this website are my own and do not represent the SSF.  

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This website addresses Sjogren’s in adult patients.  While Sjogren’s is rare in children, it does occur.  Children with Sjogren’s often present with atypical clinical features.  This website does not attempt to address pediatric Sjogren's.

Updated 11-14-19