A century-old puzzle comes together: scientists ID potential protein trigger in lung disease sarcoidosis

May 3, 2010- Lung researchers at Johns Hopkins have identified a possible protein trigger responsible for sarcoidosis, a potentially fatal inflammatory disease marked by tiny clumps of inflammatory cells that each year leave deep, grainy scars on the lungs, lymph nodes, skin and almost all major organs in hundreds of thousands of Americans….

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Professor David Moller of Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, USA attended the ISARC 2011 Annual General Meeting as a special guest.

Click here to view his presentation – “Sarcoidosis: what everyone wants to know”

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