Change in Community Rules

Rules for ‘Hot Topics’ in the FSR Sarcoidosis Community are in place to ensure that certain subjects which generate comments because of their controversial nature do not monopolize discussions or alienate our registered Community members. Due to an increasing number of complaints and with the support of our partners and advisors, the FSR Sarcoidosis Online Community will no longer host discussions or post comments related to the 'Marshall Protocol'. This includes posts about Dr. Marshall, his findings, websites or publications. Any and all of these postings will be deleted without notification. Collectively, we do not regard continued and repetitive threads on therapies that have not been held to the rigorous standards commonly accepted by the scientific community (peer review publication) as helpful to our users. To review the rules for this Community, please visit the links at the bottom of the page.

I would ask that each of you use the "Report as Offensive or Inappropriate" links on each discussion, blog and comment if you see any new discussions on this topic.

Thank you all in advance for your understanding and cooperation.
--Beth, Community Moderator

Edited September 29, 2008 at 10:26 am

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