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Coping With Psoriasis: A Patient’s Guide to Treatment

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Coping with Psoriasis: A Patients Guide to Treatment

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Psoriasis can be managed in most patients so they can live productive lives. In Coping with Psoriasis, Dr. Cram covers how the disease starts, choosing the right doctor, treatment options, the importance of treating the emotional symptoms, the role of special diets, alternative therapies, and advances in treatment. Index, glossary, resource section.... More >>

Coping with Psoriasis: A Patient's Guide to Treatment

Coping with Psoriasis: A Patients Guide to Treatment
 

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  • Marian L. Murdoch said:

    This book is great at detailing the emotional aspect of psoriasis, but fails miserably when it comes to treatment options. Calling it “A Patient’s Guide to Treatment” is misleading. If you are having problems handling psoriasis emotionally, this is the book for you. If you are looking for concrete medical information, The Handbook of Psoriasis by Charles Camisa would suit you better.
    Rating: 2 / 5

    • Roco101 said:

      Psoriasis is an unpleasant, disfiguring disease, whose sufferers often hide away from life or are pushed away. Its cause is unknown, and there is no cure. It can affect people of all ages, and sufferers can die from the disease or the complications of treatment. Cram has long dealt with psoriasis patients and understands current knowledge of it and how patients and others react to it.

      Stress doesn’t cause it, yet reducing stress often can help in managing it, and psychological scars are usually the main problem associated with it. Cram speaks wisely about those matters, drawing on stores of his patients to show how such scars may affect all aspects of life and how they can be handled effectively.

      Many HMOs will not pay for adequate care, so Cram’s advice on finding a doctor is important. In addition, he describes various treatment methods, speaking especially well of psoriasis day-care centers. Self-acceptance is the major goal, he says. -William Beatty–Booklist, Sept. 15, 2000
      Rating: 5 / 5

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