What Is Eczema

Book reveals eczema cure.

When your purpose is to bring health and happiness, it’s important to remember that nobody does it alone. Luckily there are millions of people who want to share positive values.

“What is eczema? A path to ending the misery” is the title of my newest book which encompasses the contributions of numerous people.  My role was to provide them with a voice; a means of sharing their wonderful success stories with the world. That includes photos of skin before and after success in ending eczema.

The book also includes a review of the current medical literature showing what the researchers  have brought to the eczema debate.

Why would I want to combine individual stories with medical literature?  Because those who’ve battled with eczema are often not heard by those who conduct the research and vice versa. This book is inclusive bringing them together.

Yet that’s only part of the story. None of the medical literature comes even close to offering a cure for eczema. In fact it suggests eczema can’t be cured. Yet the vast majority of children who ever had eczema ended it by growing out of it. The evidence-based medical view is “we can’t” cure eczema and millions of children are saying “we did”.

Why combine such polar opposites?  I’m known as the listening doctor and the good thing about listening is that you learn. It became obvious that what others saw as polar opposites could be more constructively seen as separate parts of the same thing.

It’s true that the medical teams, armed as they are with their valuable medical literature, can’t cure eczema.  If they could they would. It’s equally true that all those millions of children can honestly say they did cure their eczema. Their skin condition disappeared and never came back; a cure by any definition. Their knowledge  becomes the eczema cure for others.

If you want to know more you can access the book from the shop.

New stories of success in beating eczema are always welcome and I look forward to hearing from you.

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