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Systemic Scleroderma (cont.)

How Common Is Systemic Scleroderma?

The prevalence of systemic scleroderma is estimated to range from 50 to 300 cases per 1 million people. For reasons that are unknown, women are four times more likely to develop the condition than men.

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