Sarcoidosis Network Foundation, Inc

 
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The Sarcoidosis Network Foundation, Inc. offers mutual support for patients, family and friends of those affected by sarcoidosis.

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The Mission of the Sarcoidosis Network Foundation Inc. is to promote education and awareness; support research to find the cure and prevention; and, to improve the quality of life for those affected by sarcoidosis.

If you, a member of your family, or friend has been affected by sarcoidosis, we hope that you find our efforts helpful.

The acronym R.E.A.C.H. symbolizes the directions of our efforts. We are not a lobbying organization, but we seek to foster more research into the causes and a cure, by raising the level of consciousness and awareness of this disease among the public.

By publicizing events connected with sarcoidosis, we seek to make all levels of our society more aware of the disease and that neither a cause nor a cure is known.

Our next event will be a Special Guest Speaker,
Dr. Kaymar Afshar, DO, Keck Hospital, USC

March 29, 2014

Even patients diagnosed with sarcoidosis are rarely provided with all the information about their disease that they seek. We educate patients and others about sarcoidosis, offering literature, meetings, conferences and expert speakers on the disease itself, its treatment and effects. Speakers include world-renowned experts on the subject.

Life with sarcoidosis can become extremely stressful. To help patients and their families cope we offer fellowship and sharing of solutions and mutual aid at our regular meetings.

In everything that we do, we reaffim hope that a cure for this baffling and frustrating illness will be found in the near future.

We realize that there are other individuals and organizations that also seek the same goals. The foundation seeks to network with and to work cooperatively with others to achieve our mission.

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