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    If the only thing you haven't tried is stopping your topical steroids, then your answer may be here. There is a cure for Steroid Induced Eczema & Red Skin Syndrome. Doctors recognize Steroid Induced Rosacea.  When will they recognize Steroid Induced Eczema? Could your worsening eczema be an iatrogenic condition?

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  • ITSAN Leaders to meet with Legislators in Washington, D.C.

    Posted by Kelly Palace. on 23/07/2014 at 11:24 pm

    As a member of the Coalition of Skin Diseases (CSD), ITSAN leaders will make a trip to Washington, D.C. on September 6th and 7th to participate in the annual “CSD/AAD […]

  • Mark Your Calendar for the 2nd Annual ITSAN Conference

    Posted by Kelly Palace. on 14/07/2014 at 6:38 pm

    The 2nd Annual ITSAN Conference will take place in Los Angeles, CA on Saturday September 20, 2014. The conference will be one afternoon of connecting with others going through TSA/W […]

  • ITSAN launches new website and logo.

    Posted by admin. on 10/07/2014 at 12:15 am

    After listening to you, our network members, we have completely redesigned and now launched this new website. Thank you to those of you who donated the funds to pay for […]

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YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS AT WORK

ITSAN is developing many initiatives to reduce and one day eliminate the suffering so many experience due to over-prescription /overuse of topical steroids, and your donations directly support this work. Initiatives include:

  • education for medical professionals who treat patients for skin disorders
  • litigation against companies that do not disclose topical steroids in their products
  • media campaigns to spread the word to the general public on the dangers of topical steroids
  • an “ITSAN approved” icon on product packaging for instant recognition that the product contains no topical steroids
  • funding for research into treatments to reduce the duration and severity of topical steroid withdrawal
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