Sjogren’s Syndrome: Clinical Benefits of Low-dose Naltrexone Therapy


Category: General

Date: Mar 2019

Author: Scott Zashin

Type: Case Study

This report describes a case of a 47-year-old female with suspected Sjogren’s based on long-standing dry eyes, dry mouth, joint pain, fatigue, elevated measures of inflammation, and a positive rheumatoid factor. She failed standard therapy but improved clinically with low-dose naltrexone therapy.

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