Nancy Carteron, MD, is a San Francisco area rheumatologist with a long-standing interest in Sjögren’s, beginning with co-authoring a book, A Body Out of Balance, with a Sjögren’s patient. Recently, Dr. Carteron has joined the University of California, Berkeley, School of Optometry, to collaborate with dry eye and oral medicine specialists to advise Sjögren’s patients. Additionally, she is the medical and scientific editor for Sjögren’s Quarterly and Rheumatology Chair for the Sjögren’s Foundation Clinical Practice Guidelines initiative.
In her talk, Dr. Carteron presents a comprehensive explanation of the range of symptoms that Sjögren’s patients experience, explain their causes, and offer treatment options and practical tips for managing them.
The video is taken directly from a talk given at our 2020 Virtual National Patient Conference.
Each talk is 20-30 minutes long and includes the follow-up Q&A session. Each talk also comes with the handouts and visual aids used by the presenter. These valuable resources will help you capture the conference experience.