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Old 03-01-18, 11:20 AM
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Re: Ella is scared about moving on to biologics for her psoriasis.

It's just like treating any condition, including adhd. One has to weigh the risks
that are possible with treatment versus the probable risks of not treating it.

I have very mild psoriasis. I agree that the cause is autoimmune, much like
fibromyalgia which I also have. My allergies and sensitivities may play into it
as well.


My 16 year old granddaughter has type 2 diabetes and either don't quite grasp,
or chooses not to grasp, the long term issues that come from not treating it.
She refuses to exercise and eats whatever she can find, high sugar, high fat,
high carbs. It's hard as a parent to see them struggling with these choices.
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