The British Sjögren's Syndrome Association (BSSA) was founded in 1986, as a registered charity, to raise awareness of the disease and support research into its cause and treatment. A self-help organisation with more than 1800 members, the BSSA is dedicated to providing mutual support and information to individuals affected by this disabling disease.
Taking place on Saturday 13th September 2014 at the Postgraduate Medical
Centre, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Mindelsohn Way, Edgbaston, Birmingham,
B15 2WB. Priority tickets for members are £25 plus £25 for a first guest. For
none BSSA members and further guests, tickets are £50.
Support the BSSA this World Sjögren's Day and help us raise £2000 by holding tea at three on any day in July.
July 23rd marks the birthday of Henrik Sjögren who first identified Sjögren's Syndrome in 1933. World Sjögren's Day aims to bring together organisations and groups from across the world to help raise awareness of this debilitating condition.
The BSSA are delighted to have a stand at the Rheumatology 2014 conference in Liverpool which is run by the British Society for Rheumatology.more details here
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