Treatment of Red Skin Syndrome

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Eczema and the National Eczema Association (NEA)

By | August 10th, 2016|Treatment of Red Skin Syndrome, What Is Eczema|

Eczema and the National Eczema Association In their June, 2016 newsletter the NEA published results of a patient survey collected in January, 2016 concerning patients’ eczema therapy. There was no indication of how many patients were involved nor how the survey was conducted. But the outstanding negative results must be discussed. Be that as it [...]

Letter To ITSAN

By | May 25th, 2016|Topical Steroid Withdrawal, Treatment of Red Skin Syndrome|

To ITSAN: Two of my cured Red Skin Syndrome (RSS) patients asked me to review the ITSAN website because they were both so disturbed by its contents. After reading through the revamped site I am similarly appalled by what I perceive as ITSAN's three unforgivable sins. First, the sin of plagiarism. Every idea, word and [...]

Hocus-Pocus Science and Ill-Fated Therapies

By | January 22nd, 2016|Information on Red Skin Syndrome, RSS The Disease, Treatment of Red Skin Syndrome|

There is widespread medical misunderstanding of Red Skin Syndrome (RSS).  When RSS is misdiagnosed the patient suffers through mistreatment as well. I have listed several of the “myths” that lead to misdiagnosis and mistreatment. It is a magnificent feeling to recognize the unity of complex phenomena which appear to be things quite apart from [...]

Search for MDs

By | January 20th, 2016|Information on Red Skin Syndrome, Treatment of Red Skin Syndrome|

Several patients in the past year or two have found caring, open-minded physicians to help them. We need to search them out and ask them to help others. In this regard I am requesting the names, addresses and phone numbers of any internists, general practitioners, family practitioners, or dermatologists who have helped you no matter [...]

Eczema – Protopic and Elidel Ointment and Creams

By | August 25th, 2015|Treatment of Red Skin Syndrome, What Is Eczema|

Protopic and Elidel ointment and creams are immunosuppressive drugs that are topical forms of cyclosporin. In examining the studies published in the dermatology journals supporting their efficacy, minimally statistically significant data was presented, yet this was enough to gain FDA approval and permission to market the products. One can bear grief, but it takes [...]