Quality, Reliable Information About Sarcoidosis
We Fund World-Leading Sarcoidosis Research
We Are 100% Reliant On Your Donations
I was diagnosed with Sarcoidosis in 2004 and am the Chairperson of SarcoidosisUK. I know first hand how challenging it can be to have Sarcoidosis. That challenge is the reason why we all work so hard at SarcoidosisUK.
We have four main goals – to provide quality information, to provide meaningful support, to increase awareness, and to fund research towards a cure. We work with dedicated specialists to create detailed information pages and leaflets. For support we’ve different options so you can get the best for you: you can speak to a specialist nurse, you can meet others affected at one of our support groups, chat virtually in our Facebook group or in our private forum. We know it can be hard to find a great Sarcoidosis specialist – so we’ve created a recommended consultant list for you to use.
However the main thing we want to do so is find a cure. We fund a significant piece of research towards a cure every year and we’re going to keep doing that until we have eradicated Sarcoidosis.
None of this is possible without donations. We receive no government money and are 100% reliant on your generosity– so any and everything given makes a huge difference to our ability to fund a cure. Please consider donating today.
Wishing you the very best,Henry Shelford
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