Sjoegren's Syndrome Foundation MD
Founded in 1983 the Sjoegren's Syndrome Foundation (SSF) provides patients with practical information and coping strategies that minimize the effects of Sjoegren's syndrome. In addition, the Foundation is the clearinghouse for medical information and is the recognized national advocate for Sjoegren's syndrome. The Foundation's mission is to: educate patients and their families about Sjoegren's syndrome; increase public and professional awareness of Sjoegren's syndrome; and to encourage research into new treatments and a cure. Sjoegren's syndrome is a chronic autoimmune disease in which people's white blood cells attack their moisture-producing glands. Today, as many as four million Americans are living with this disease.