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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

Medical Meeting 2017

Medical Meeting 2017 - Tickets available!

Tickets are now on sale for the BSSA 2017 Medical meeting. It will take place on Saturday 14th October at the Postgraduate Medical centre, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Mindelsohn Way, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2TQ.

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Rheumatology Conference 2017

The BSSA attended the 2017 Rheumatology Conference which took place at the ICC in Birmingham. The event brought together over 2000 delegates from over 50 countries and was a great opportunity for the BSSA to raise awareness of Sjögren's Syndrome.

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Chairman, Trustees and patients talk about the BSSA

Chairman, Trustees and patients talk about the BSSA and Sjögren’s Syndrome

Chairman, Trustees and patients talk about the BSSA and Sjögren’s Syndrome

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