5 Myths You May Have Heard About Sarcoidosis — Foundation for Sarcoidosis Research.

5 Myths You May Have Heard About Sarcoidosis — Foundation for Sarcoidosis Research.

Sarcoidosis is a rare disease, affecting an estimated 150,000-200,000 Americans. Most people have never even heard of sarcoidosis, and many who have don’t know all the facts. There is a lot of misinformation about sarcoidosis out there, even within the medical community. One of our goals is to raise awareness about sarcoidosis, and that means putting an end to harmful misconceptions about the disease. Here are some of the myths about sarcoidosis that we hear most often.

— Read on www.stopsarcoidosis.org/5-myths-you-may-hear-about-sarcoidosis/

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6 Comments Add yours

  1. Barbara Lane says:

    Thanks for sharing. Until I started reading your blog, I had never heard of sarcoidosis.

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    1. Basil Rene says:

      When I was diagnosed with it in 2006 even doctors never heard of it!

      Liked by 1 person

  2. Cyranny says:

    What an interesting article! Thank you for sharing… Your personal experience and links like this one. It helps a lot to get to know the disease better. Fear and worriness are fed by ignorance 😉

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    1. Basil Rene says:

      There is so much more information now than there was 12 years ago. Hopefully more awareness will help bring along better treatments and eventually a cure.

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      1. Cyranny says:

        I can’t imagine how scary it was back then, to receive such a diagnostic…

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        1. Basil Rene says:

          Especially when I would go to doctors and tell them I have sarcoidosis and they would look at me and ask “What’s that?” 😳

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