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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • September 7, 2006
  • 11:49 PM

My wife has a reocurring rash that begins with very small pustules that itch so badly that she can't refrain from itching them. She has been to drs. and dermatologists and has tried cortisone, steroids, freederm, elodel, soaps etc. Nothing has helped. The sores turn into unsightly scars that now cover almost every part of her body. Does anybody have any ideas on what we might try next? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, Stan

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