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British Sjögren's Syndrome Association - BSSA

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.

Latest News from BSSA

Helpline news

Helpline Closed

The BSSA Helpline will be closed from Monday 15th November reopening Monday 22nd November. We do value your calls, so please leave a message and the team will get back to you on their return.

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Christmas Cards

Christmas Cards Now Available!

The festive season will soon be here so don't forget to purchase your BSSA Christmas cards. We have a wonderful range on sale again this year, all helping to raise money for the BSSA. You can purchase the cards from our online shop, or by calling the BSSA office.

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Research

The Impact Sjögren's Sydrome Has on Sexual Functioning and Intimate Relationships

Do you want to take part in a research study being conducted at Northumbria University, to help understand the impact Sjögren’s Syndrome has on sexual functioning and intimate relationships?

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News

Dr Elizabeth Price - Updating Sjögren's Guidelines Podcast

Oxford University Press Podcast with Dr Elizabeth Price.

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Looking after yourself

BSSA Webinar - Looking After Yourself

The BSSA was delighted to hold its very first live webinar. It was presented by Dr Elizabeth Price, Consultant Rheumatologist at the Great Western Hospital in Swindon. Dr Price is also BSSA Medical President and Trustee.

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