For over 100 years, Sarcoidosis has refused to give up its secrets. No cause has been found. No cure has been researched. We are the victims of a great and terrible mystery that includes as to how many actually have it, how many have actually died from it, how many are now suffering from it. Sarcoid is just as bad as cancer. It can cause pain and suffering and it is deadly.Please help us get the attention of the medical field and those who have sarcoidosis that need help.
This is for USA ONLY.
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On behalf of our community and the millions of Americans and peoples worldwide who suffer silently, we respectfully request a small slice of mercy.
Through no fault of our own, we are the victims of an insidious disorder called Sarcoidosis. We are your fathers, mothers, brothers, sisters, sons, & daughters and we live everyday among you in uncertainty and pain. This disorder steals our life's breath away; turns our lungs to stone; robs our muscles and joints of vitality; paralyzes our bodies; makes us blind; and stops our hearts without warning.
But the true hallmark of our disorder is that we endure without complaint, because in a world of war, famine, cancer, and other horrors, our troubles are said to be trivial. But we suffer, nonetheless. We are all around you. Someone you know has Sarcoidosis.
For over 100 years, Sarcoidosis has refused to give up its secrets. No cause has been found. No cure has been researched. We are the victims of a great and terrible mystery.
The small slice of mercy that we request is that you, with your influence and stern resolve, please divert a little more of this great nation's copious resources to our plight. And, more importantly, use your influence in the avenues of power to draw attention to the misery of Sarcoidosis. Perhaps with your clarion call, the medical powers that be will take notice, and take action.
There is no living with Sarcoidosis. But we do. And we suffer. Silently.
The Sarcoidosis community