NEASENational Eczema Association for Science and Education
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At a time when most young children are focused on the challenge of mastering the world around them - or just learning how to 'be me' - students with eczema face more difficult challenges," said Vicki Kalabokes, Interim Chief Executive Officer of NEASE.
Paul Kelly, Chief of the Division of Dermatology of King/Drew Medical Center, Los Angeles, and a member of the NEASE Scientific Advisory Committee.
NEASE recommends that those who have been vaccinated cover their smallpox vaccine site with special bandages that will markedly reduce, if not eliminate, the risk of transmitting the virus to others.
NEASE works to improve the health and quality of life of persons living with eczema, including those who have the disease as well as their loved ones.
NEASE will help teachers and students understand the impact of this disease with tips, suggestions, and educational tools to help create awareness in the classroom and promote self- esteem for these children.