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With this new decade-long cohort, Dr. Chen notes that researchers are "one step closer to a more accurate view of what sarcoidosis may be like in the United States", with has been suggested to be more prominent in African American communities.
Dr. Obi speaks of the disparities associated with the disease, the challenges patients face, and how sarcoidosis – the “great mimicker” as some clinicians have described it- can be differentiated from other diseases.