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Despite burden, Sjögren's syndrome may not impede function

People living with Sjögren?s syndrome, an autoimmune disorder, appear to function at a level comparable to their healthier peers, according to a cross-sectional study. The study reveals that people living with Sjögren?s perceive significant decline in cognitive, psychological and physical function. Nonetheless, despite the burdens of the disease, levels of function approach that of healthy controls.
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