What is the current treatment for sarcoidosis?

2 answers | Last updated: Nov 04, 2016
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What is the current treatment for Sarcoidsois?



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Xava answered...

The Marshall Protocol has had good success with sarcoidosis. Go to marshallprotocol.com and bacteriality.com/about-the-mp/ for research and general info. It is pretty new, but Trevor Marshall put himself into remission as well as many others with no hope. Good luck.


Rosie123 answered...

My youngest sister who is 54 has had Sarc for over ten years. She first had trouble with her lungs and was coughing up blood. The usual treatments include taking cortizone but because she is a Type 2 diabetic that was not an option for her. The disease has progressed to making lesions in her brain and she is now having almost daily seizures. She has lived with another sister for several years and is now in daycare at a care facility with a full time stay in the not so distant future. There have been several medications prescribed for her but nothing has even slowed the progression. We are a family full of rheumatoid illnesses but Sarcoidosis is the one that seems to be the most difficult and damaging. Thankfully, it is an illness that occurs less often than other rheumatoid illnesses and it can usually be treated with more success that my sister's is.