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I am the Chairperson of SarcoidosisUK and was diagnosed with sarcoidosis in 2004. 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.
SarcoidosisUK 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 top sarcoidosis specialists to write detailed information pages and leaflets. We have different support options so you can choose what works best for you; you can speak to a specialist nurse, you can meet others affected by sarcoidosis at one of our support groups or chat virtually in our online forums. We know it can be hard to find a doctor who understands sarcoidosis so we’ve created a recommended consultant list.
However SarcoidosisUK’s main goal is find a cure. We have funded a significant piece of research into understanding more about sarcoidosis each year for the past 3 years. We are going to fund more research this year, next year, and every year until we have found a cure for sarcoidosis.
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SarcoidosisUK-funded Clinical Trial for the Treatment of Pulmonary Sarcoidosis with Antibiotic Azithromycin Shows Promising First Results.
In 2018, SarcoidosisUK funded a major research project at the University of Hull into the use of the antibiotic azithromycin to treat pulmonary sarcoidosis, a disease which is fatal for some. The clinical trial first results show a significant reduction in cough count...
In this Q&A, SarcoidosisUK Clinical Board member Dr Simon Hart answers questions sent in by sarcoidosis patients. Dr Hart is the lead clinician for the Hull Interstitial Lung Disease and Sarcoidosis services. His research interests include the biology of pulmonary...
Part 2 of SarcoidosisUK's video with Dr Muhuthan Thillai at Papworth Hospital in Cambridge. Dr Thillai is the Lead Clinician for the Cambridge Interstitial Lung Disease Unit. He is a Respiratory Consultant who has worked with sarcoidosis patients at many expert...
NICE (National Institute for Care & Health Excellence) has launched a consultation on draft guidance for the assessment and management of chronic pain. SarcoidosisUK is responding to this consultation so we want YOUR feedback to represent our members' views as...
The Sarcoidosis Patient Compass is an interactive tool to help guide you through your sarcoidosis journey and help you understand which questions to ask your doctor. The working group that created the Sarcoidosis Patient Compass was led by SarcoidosisUK. Available to...