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Which Medications Can Help Severe Eczema?

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Can eczema be cured?


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Are there medication guidelines for severe eczema?


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Why is daily moisturizing essential?


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Why rely on a doctor's guidance when using hydrocortisone?


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Is hydrocortisone risky?


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What are topical calcineurin inhibitors (TCIs)?


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Do antihistamines help?


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Are there new topical agents?


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Are there other resources on medications?


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First-line systemic drug: Cyclosporin A


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Second- and third-line systemic drugs: Azathioprine and Methotrexate


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Other systemic drugs


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Emerging systemic therapies


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Nemolizumab (CIM331)


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Medication Management Tip: Track results


Judi Ebbert, PhD, MPH, RN

Judi Ebbert, PhD, MPH, RN

@judithebbert

Judi Ebbert earned her PhD at the University of South Florida’s College of Public Health. She has worked at three NCI-designated comprehensive cancer centers and is a writer/editor at Moffitt Cancer Center. Judi has great interest in chronic disease prevention and treatment, and is an advocate for equitable access to care and optimal quality of life for all people. She loves swimming, her dogs and cats, great food, art, humor, and cinematic thrillers. She’s on Twitter @judithebbert.