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Living with moderate-to-severe atopic dermatitis – also known as eczema – can be challenging.[1] In addition to having the physical burden that includes flare-ups of red, itchy, painful skin, there can also be a significant emotional and social impact.[2],[3],[4],[5] But those living with eczema aren’t alone. Eczema is one of the most common chronic inflammatory skin diseases, impacting people of all genders, races, ethnicities and ages.[2],[6],[7],[8] There’s no time like the present to learn more about moderate-to-severe eczema, and to myth bust four common misconceptions about this condition.

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