SPOTLIGHT: When eczema explodes

In this essay, author Ingfei Chen describes how her sister's eczema moved from an annoyance to a whole-body misery that barely responded to treatment at all. Over time, her sister attempted a wide variety of treatments, but few slowed the march of the agonizing skin lesions--until doctors tried some unusual approaches. Article

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