Category: Living with Sarcoidosis

FSR’s Women of Color Committee

FSR’s Women of Color Committee

Foundation for Sarcoidosis Research is seeking applicants for our first Women of Color Committee. African Americans in the U.S. have been the group most affected by sarcoidosis with an estimated lifetime risk as high as 2% among the population. Additionally, African...
Sarcoidosis and Quality of Life: A Dissertation

Sarcoidosis and Quality of Life: A Dissertation

Since sarcoidosis is a rare disease, there is a lot we don’t know about it. Scientists are working diligently to figure out the cause of sarcoidosis as well as find drugs that can be used to treat it. We already know how important these clinical trials are for...
How Does Sarcoidosis Affect Relationships?

How Does Sarcoidosis Affect Relationships?

We already know that sarcoidosis can have a significant impact on a person’s quality of life. Sarcoidosis patients often live with debilitating fatigue, pain, and other symptoms that result in a life much different from the one they had before their diagnosis. There...