About Me: Male, 67, Richland Hill, TX, member since Oct 2008
My occupation is in the corporate world of management with a type A personality. My sport is mountain / rock climbing and back packing. I find new hobbies about every 4 to 6 years my reason for this is I see a life span of 70 to 80 years to short for me to limit myself
[More] to 1 or 2 things when there is so much to do and see. Then I came down with neurosarcoidosis 5 years ago and came very close to my last climb. Doctors do not know what causes Sarcoidosis and there is no cure yet! Working with doctors from Johns Hopkins and my local hospital in TX I have made according to the doctors remarkable improvements. I studied herbal medicine as one of my hobbies and have incorporated herbs along with medications prescribed by the doctors. (All herbs taken are listed on my medical charts) doctors working with me have not endorsed or given credit to any herb I use as helping me in my recovery. However I would like to here from others about Sarcoidosis and what works for them.
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