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Dupixent: A promising new drug for eczema treatment

Eczema is often thought of as “just a rash”, and at its core, that’s exactly what it is. But the effects eczema can have on one’s life are greatly underrated. Discolouration, swollen and dry skin and great discomfort are all hallmarks of eczema. “It was like every day I had poison ivy and fire ants on myself,” says one sufferer of the disease.    The symptoms can even be severe enough to warrant the use of sick days.
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