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Tooth Stem Cell Secretions May Help Treat Sjögren’s

Signaling molecules secreted by stem cells in teeth have anti-inflammatory properties that could be useful for the treatment of Sjögren’s syndrome, recent research in mice shows. The findings were published in Stem Cell Research & Therapy, in the study, “Secreted factors from dental pulp stem cells…

Guidelines Issued for Managing Lung Symptoms

The Sjögren’s Foundation has developed clinical practice guidelines for healthcare providers to improve the diagnosis, evaluation, and care of Sjögren’s syndrome patients with lung manifestations. The guidelines, which include 52 recommendations for Sjögren’s evaluation and…

Patients’ Stories Sought for Sjögren’s Awareness Month

In observance of Sjögren’s Awareness Month in April, the Sjögren’s Foundation is inviting individuals with to share their stories to help raise awareness about this complex condition. This year’s theme, “Coming Together to Conquer Sjögren’s,” will showcase the many Faces of Sjögren’s and illustrate…