Episode 19

Published on:

6th Apr 2022

Let's get real: Why are eczema patients struggling worldwide?

Globally, patients and caregivers are often left to figure out the daunting task of getting eczema under control by medical systems that provide limited direction. In a first-of-its kind collaboration between patient organizations from eight countries coordinated by Global Parents for Eczema Research, we reveal the results of a 3,200 response survey which show how eczema patients are faring and to what extent medical care and treatments are meeting their needs. Our guests are Rachael Manion from the Canadian Skin Patient Alliance, Andrew Proctor from the National Eczema Society in the United Kingdom and Cheryl Talent from the Eczema Association of Australasia.

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Research referred to in this podcast:

Global Patient Initiative to Improve Eczema Care (https://www.improveeczemacare.com/)

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Eczema Breakthroughs
Conversations between caregivers & the world’s cutting edge researchers.
Interviews with the leading scientists and innovators, hosted by Global Parents for Eczema Research (GPER), a non-profit led by parents of children with eczema.
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