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New Drug Offers Hope To Millions With Severe Eczema

There’s hope around the corner for those who suffer from eczema, an infuriatingly itchy skin condition with no cure and little consensus on the best course of treatment. The inflammatory skin condition has been historically difficult to treat because the medicines on the market just aren’t that effective, especially for moderate to severe cases. They also have serious side effects and can be toxic.
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