Sarcoidosis May Be Treated with Mycophenolate Mofetil, Small Study Says

Given its good safety profile and lack of lung toxicity, some sarcoidosis patients have been successfully treated with MMF as a corticosteroid-sparing agent when needed. 

— Read on sarcoidosisnews.com/2019/10/07/mycophenolate-mofetil-may-be-effective-as-alternative-sarcoidosis-treatment-small-study-suggests/

Written by Basil Rene

I maintain two separate blogs. One is LifeAsAnAnomaly.com where I discuss my life with sarcoidosis and the other is AChefTalksFood.blog, where as the name implies, I talk about food.

2 comments

  1. I have cardiac sarc and started taking cellcept or MMF at the direction of Dr. Chen at the Sarcoidosis Clinic at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore. I was taking 3 grams a day which is a large dose. I took MMF for almost a decade until during an annual physical my PCP noted my white blood count was dangerously low to the point he warned me if you have a sore throat or anything you need you come see me immediately. I stopped taking it after I determined that MMF was causing me to have neurological issues such as insomnia, anxiety, paranoia, etc. I also started experiencing dangerous arrhythmias. After stopping and to this day my wbc and rbc are abnormal to the point I was referred to a hematologist who said it the after effect of the MMF. MMF probably saved me and I would go back on if I had to but everything comes with a cost.

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