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  • Posted By: Martin78
  • January 5, 2009
  • 07:58 PM


New to his forum, but like all here I have been struggling for acceptance and diagnosis from autoimmune disease. I am a 30 year old male from Norway struggling two years to finally get diagnosed with Sjøgrens Syndrome. (Sjogrens).

You can read my story at: www.youngsjogrens.com

The site also contains links to the newest research reg. autoimmune disease and treatment conducted by the ARF (Autoimmunity Reserach Foundation) incl videopresentations from Autoimmune Congresses, Universities etc...

Wish you alle the best


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  • Vitamin D – The alternative hypothesisMany patients with autoimmune or other chronic inflammatory disease are being told by their doctors that they are vitamin D deficient. The patients are then often prescribed supplementation of Vitamin D (D3). However, scientists from Universities in the U.S and Australia have been investigating and researching this hypothesis now for many years, and has, based on molecular modeling, scientific reviews and study trials conducted over the internet including several hundreds of patients reporting their vitamin D status, presented an alternative hypothesis, maybe supplementation of vitamin D isn’t such a good thing for us sufferers of chronic disease after all?Read more at the newsflash section at www.youngsjogrens.com
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    • February 23, 2009
    • 03:23 PM
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