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Step therapy, which is sometimes called “fail first” happens when insurers require patients to take and fail on one or more medications before approving the medication originally prescribed by the patients’ doctors.
When you live with a chronic disease like eczema, you have to be a cheerleader for your own health and happiness. Get to know the basics of self-advocacy.
Researchers have identified certain health perks that come with volunteering, which can be extra beneficial to people with chronic diseases like eczema.
A college student in Louisiana finds a new purpose (and a furry, new friend) during a time when her atopic dermatitis was at its very worst.
As part of NEA’s Raise Your Voice campaign, eczema advocates are working with state legislators to raise eczema awareness.
NEA’s vice president of advocacy and access explains how today’s political climate might affect insurance coverage and treatment options for people with eczema.
Now that you know how to improve your health inside and out, help others with eczema do the same.
Eczema is a serious public health issue, and the National Eczema Association needs your help to raise awareness!
A college student passionate about patient rights had October declared Eczema Awareness Month in her home state of Louisiana, then took on Congress in Washington, D.C.
ICER, a nonprofit that conducts independent reviews on clinical effectiveness and value of treatments, found Dupixent to be a “high value” drug for adults with atopic dermatitis.