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Pieranna: Daughter of Mother with Sjögren's Syndrome

Italy

Peach and Pink Rose by Shelley EnszMy name is Pieranna, I am thirty-three years old. My mother was just recently diagnosed with Sjögren's Syndrome, after years of joint pain and dry mouth.

She is now very worried and sad.

I am finding out information to make this easy on her, so I would like to get more information on this illness.

To Contact the Author

Pieranna
Email: [email protected]
Story edited 07-18-09 JTD
Story posted 07-20-09 SLE

Story Artist: Shelley Ensz
Story Translator: Alba León
Story Editor: Judith Thompson Devlin
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Pieranna: Sindrome di Sjogren
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ISN Translator and Editor: Alba León

Alba LeonAlba León is the ISN Translator for this page. She is studying international relations in Mexico City.

ISN Story Editor: Judith Thompson Devlin

Photo of JudithJudith Thompson Devlin is the ISN Story Editor for this story. She is also lead editor of the ISN's wonderful Voices of Scleroderma book series!

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