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Woman waits for six years before correct diagnosis reached

It was six year before a woman suffering from fatigue, swollen glands and low grade fever was diagnosed with the little-known disease Sjogren’s Syndrome. It is difficult to diagnose as symptoms vary, are common to other diseases and may disappear and reappear.

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About: Woman waits for six years before correct diagnosis reached

Date: 21 Dec 1999

Source: CNN

Author: Susan Milstrey Wells


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