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Exchange 169 - September 2018 (Download)

Exchange 169 - September 2018 (Download)...

Our latest magazine is, as usual, stuffed to the gills with news, research updates, real-life stories from people living with eczema and advice on managing eczema for all ages.

  • Dupilumab: your questions answered. Dupilumab is the first biologic treatment for atopic eczema
  • Finding it difficult to get emollients on prescription? Alice Lambert, NES Director of Services, explains why changes to prescribing guidelines mean some people with eczema are losing out
  • Do bath emollients help children's eczema? We discuss the results of the BATHE study and their implications for people with eczema
  • A round-up of some of the research presented at the British Association of Dermatologists' 98th Annual Meeting
  • Introducing the My Eczema Tracker app, an exciting, new, free eczema monitoring app
  • Have varicose eczema? Helen Dennis, Dermatology Nurse Adviser to the NES, describes a condition which commonly affects the lower legs of older people, and outlines treatment options
  • Exchange reader Rebecca Byers explains why it's so important to share our individual eczema stories
  • Annie Brand, who has had eczema all her life, looks at the issues surrounding being admitted to hospital for a non-skin-related condition

Plus: members' letters, Ask the Expert, and news from across the UK, including information about National Eczema Week 2018: Take action on eczema

£5.00

Prices include postage and packing


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