Thats a very good point.....
This new drug seems to address that.
However if we look at this disorder as a type of Psoriasis
can some of the treatments of Psoriasis
work for us?
These are some of the treatments if we take the Psoriasis
...Has anyone tried these?
Creams and Ointments
Calcipotriene (Dovonex) is a prescription ointment that contains a derivative of vitamin D and controls the overproduction of skin cells for mild to moderate psoriasis. Steroid creams, coal tar, anthralin and a recently available topical form of retinoic acid are other topical treatments.
These oral medications are effective in treating severe psoriasis, but they may cause liver or kidney toxicity.
Methotrexate (an anticancer drug that blocks the growth of skin cells)
Cyclosporine (Gengraf, Neoral) which suppresses the immune system and is an antirejection drug used in organ transplants
Retinoids, a group of drugs related to vitamin A, which reduce the proliferation of skin cells for severe psoriasis (but causes birth defects if taken during pregnancy)