Sjogren’s syndrome affects approximately 1 in 200 Americans. The disease has a predilection for women in the fourth and fifth decades of life, but can affect men and women of any age. It is important for patients who suspect they may be suffering from Sjogren’s syndrome to be evaluated by a group of clinicians with expertise in the various manifestations of this disease.
The physicians at the Jerome L. Greene Sjogren’s Syndrome Center have extensive experience in the diagnosis and management of Sjogren’s syndrome. Their expertise is now gathered in one center, conveniently located at the Johns Hopkins Bayview campus in Baltimore, Maryland.
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