Tisha Campbell-Martin: Overcoming Sarcoidosis

Sarcoidosis awareness is critical. Proper information is a must. Sarcoidosis does not go into remission as the “toxin” event” is embedded in the patients DNA, but – it can go quiet for a bit. No cure. No gold standard of treatment. Younger and younger sarcoidosis patients diagnosed daily. One day – there will be a cure as sarc pretty much will go and do what it likes in the human body. Appreciate the awareness very much.

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About Leslie Kay

Life and RSD warrior, sarcoidosis fighter and new blogger enthusiast. Lover of... a great cup of coffee. Let's tell stories. Born in Saginaw, MI USA but raised in Lincoln, NE and Norman, OK. Have lived and worked in many states, including Florida and North Carolina. Currently reside in Texas, USA Attended the University of Oklahoma, and have worked for hospital's as a nurse tech and pharmacy tech. Medical waste field as inside and outside sales of bio-hazardous waste disposal. Am a daughter, a sister, a niece, an aunt, a friend, a good neighbor. A true lover of life and animals.Spiritual.Devoted. Love nature. Adore the ocean. Like to consider myself somewhat of an activist in today's very confusing political times. A champion of RSD/CRPS and related causes, and those effected by this disease.
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One Response to Tisha Campbell-Martin: Overcoming Sarcoidosis

  1. RonMamita says:

    Wishing you good health and a joyful day 🙂

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