Who’s At Risk for Sjogren’s Syndrome?
The vast majority of people with Sjogren’s syndrome are women, and it generally appears mostly in the 30’s and 40’s. However, Sjogren’s syndrome can affect all age groups, and it can occur in all races. You may be at higher risk of developing Sjogren’s syndrome if other members of your family had the condition. There is no way to prevent Sjogren’s syndrome or reduce your risk of developing the condition.
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