Do You Want to Meet Others Living With Sjögren’s Syndrome?

Are you one of the estimated four million people in the U.S. living with Sjögren’s syndrome? Are you going to be in the Seattle area between April 8th and 9th? If not, can you get to the Seattle area between April 8th and 9th? If so, there may still be time for you to join the Sjögren’s Syndrome Foundation’s 2016 National Patient Conference!

GET EXCITED! Source: www.giphy.com
GET EXCITED! Source: www.giphy.com

Every year, the non-profit Sjögren’s Syndrome Foundation hosts a National Conference that brings together patients, families, and experts to learn about the latest news in Sjögren’s research and topics of interest.

The theme of this year’s conference is “The Sjögren’s Journey,” which is appropriate given how many patients have had to embark on a long and winding journey to get a proper diagnosis. Sjögren’s syndrome can be easily mistaken for various autoimmune diseases like MS, RA, or lupus. Worse, there is no single test to quickly diagnose Sjögren’s.

As difficult as the Sjögren’s “journey” may be, you don’t have to travel it alone.

Piggyback anyone? Source: www.giphy.com
Piggyback anyone? Source: www.giphy.com

Organizations like the Sjögren’s Syndrome Foundation and fellow patients can be the crew that helps you navigate your Sjögren’s ship to calmer waters. If you want to embark on your own journey to Seattle for the 2016 National Patient Conference, visit the Sjögren’s Syndrome Foundation’s site today, and download the Conference brochure and registration form.

Good luck, and here’s wishing you smooth sailing!

Bon Voyage!
Bon Voyage! Source: www.giphy.com

Ronald Ledsen

Ronald Ledsen

After emigrating from his native Sweden, Ronald spent a stint in the Merchant Marines while trying to work out what he wanted to do with his life. He discovered a love of writing while helping a friend write anonymous Harry Potter fan-fiction online; he discovered meaning to his writing when he began journaling after an anxiety disorder diagnosis. Ronald is most relaxed when spending quiet time with his wife, two sons, and hyperactive cat.

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