Not so long ago, Goodpasture’s syndrome belonged to the category of fatal disorders, and there was no way to avoid death. Almost 80% of patients used to survive just five years longer after one of the therapies involving three main agents: plasmapheresis, corticosteroids, immunosuppressive. Even today, those who have oliguria and fifty percent crescents do not manage to heal. In most cases, the disorder results in the final phase of renal failure. The person should first of all try to resist dangerous antibodies. It is necessary to monitor the fluid formation and control the level of blood pressure.