An autoimmune disorder that results in
Sjogren's syndrome is a chronic (lifelong) disorders that causes
Sjogren's syndrome generally occurs in two ways: primary and secondary.
Primary Sjogren's syndrome occurs by itself and is not associated with other diseases.
Secondary Sjogren's syndrome occurs with...
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Tracy Davenport is an advocate for parents and caregivers of chronically ill children. Tracy has two children, one of which suffers from severe... Read more »