Dermatologic Disquisitions and Other Essays Edited by Philip R. Cohen, MD| Volume 24, ISSUE 4, P336-337, July 2006

Living with a skin condition

      Creams, salves, lotions, tablets, drops, powders, and ointments. Am I a pharmacist? No, only the wife of a man who lives with a chronic skin condition manifested by constant redness, itching, and unsightly sores when the skin becomes inflamed. And, only the wife who often has to answer the questions of others—“No, it's not a sunburn.”
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