A project has been launched to develop a new European guideline for the treatment of sarcoïdosis. Patients are being invited to share their priorities.
New U.S. clinical trial outcomes indicate experimental therapy may not only work against small fiber neuropathy, but also improve chronic fatgue and quality of life in sarcoidosis. Lees verder Cibinetide (ARA 290) regenerates small nerve fibers
Six hospitals in the United States, the United Kingdom, Belgium and the Netherlands have started sharing care outcomes for sarcoidosis. Lees verder Best practices for sarcoidosis compared by leading international hospitals
Feeding on discontent demagogues are going for a free ride in Europe and the United States. Whoever is in a position to display leadership (i.e. every citizen) must come out in public on the side of democracy Lees verder In defence of liberal democracy
Other Power is a major category in Japanese Pure Land Buddhism. Below are some definitions of it
Below are three brief poems by Japanese zen poet and wandering monk Ryokan Taigu (1758-1831).
Below are four brief poems by Asahari Saichi (1850-1932). Saichi belongs to the myokonin, ‘persons of humble origin but with a penetrating insight’, in a definition of Shin author Taitetsu Unno. Lees verder Religious poems by a myokonin
The Amida-ji Shin Buddhist temple in Romania has published essential teachings for beginners on its website.
Lees verder Jodo Shinshu Buddhist Teachings for Beginners
Hisamatsu Shin’ichi (1889-1980) developed from a Shin Buddhist background into a lay Zen teacher and a professor of Buddhism at Kyoto University.
“Human beings live in the dirt, like bugs in a filthy bowl,” writes 8th century Chinese Ch’an poet Han Shan