Sjögren’s Syndrome Foundation Achieves 5-Year Breakthrough Goal

 

Sjögren’s Syndrome Foundation Achieves
5-Year Breakthrough Goal

The Sjögren’s Syndrome Foundation (SSF) announces it achieved their 5-Year Breakthrough Goal: “To shorten the time to diagnose Sjögren’s by 50% in five years!”

In 2012, the average time it took for a patient to be accurately diagnosed with Sjögren’s, from the time they started seeking a diagnosis, was nearly six years. Today, the Foundation is honored and excited to announce that they have not only reached their Goal but have surpassed it, by reporting the average diagnosis time is currently 2.8 years! Click here to learn more.