Rituxan Not Linked To Relief from Sjogren’s After 24 Weeks

Rituxan Not Linked To Relief from Sjogren’s After 24 Weeks

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Sjogren’s syndrome is an autoimmune disease
that causes dry mouth and dry eyes. Could it be possible for patients with sjogren’s
to respond to medications used to treat other autoimmune disorders? I’m Sonia Singh for
the dailyRX news network. A recent study administered either Rituxan,
a medication sometimes used with rheumatoid arthritis patients, or a fake medication to
a group of Sjogren’s patients. The study found that rituxan did not alleviate symptoms or
disease activity of Sjogren’s syndrome after 24 weeks. Consult with your doctor to learn more about
Sjogren’s syndrome and its treatments. Visit dailyRx.com to keep up to date with all the
latest health news. For the dailyRx News Network, I’m Sonia Singh.

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