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Eczema Support Australia is a leading support organization for Health Professionals, Patients and Carers dealing with chronic Eczema.

We understand the challenges of of dealing with chronic eczema.  Our vision is for all Australians living with eczema to overcome difficultites and thrive in their community through connection, advocacy and information.

Our organisation is guided by these three guiding pillars.

  1. Connect Australians affected by eczema to others to reduce feelings of isolation.
  2. Inform and educate Australians affected by eczema to successfully manage their condition.
  3. Advocate for practical support to improve the lives of Australians affected by eczema.

But most of all – We Care. We Listen. We Understand. We Act.

We are here for you.

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Welcome to Eczema Support Australia

Feeling isolated, frustrated or overwhelmed by living with eczema? You are not alone. We understand the physical, emotional, social and financial impact of eczema. Whether you are an adult with eczema or a parent with a baby or child with eczema we are here to help. So have a look through our website and join our free membership for connection, support and understanding.

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Eczema Support Australia is a nationally registered charity. Our vision is for all Australians living with eczema to overcome difficulties and thrive in their community through connection, advocacy and information.

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With the recent PBS listing of Rinvoq (upadacitinib), questions may be asked about treatment options. We have specific information on our website to answer your questions: www.eczemasupport.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/002-ESA-Support-Sheet-Emerging-Eczema-Treatme...

Living with a condition that has no ‘cure’ is difficult. Many people dream of finding that ‘one thing’ that will fix their eczema or prevent flare-ups but, the harsh reality is, it is a chronic and complex condition that is different for each individual. It is rare that ‘one thing’ is the answer.

Fortunately, medical researchers continue to strive for new treatments that provide relief from, what can be, an overwhelming experience. Be sure to ask your dermatologist or immunologist about potential options and feel free to seek guidance from organisations such as Eczema Support Australia.

Eczema Support Australia is committed to helping people living with eczema overcome
difficulties and thrive in their community. As part of that pledge, you can read an insight into emerging treatments that giving hope to many people living with eczema and their loved ones.

See our information resource on our website. www.eczemasupport.org.au/downloads/
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With the recent PBS listing of Rinvoq (upadacitinib), questions may be asked about treatment options. We have specific information on our website to answer your questions: https://www.eczemasupport.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/002-ESA-Support-Sheet-Emerging-Eczema-Treatments.pdf

Living with a condition that has no ‘cure’ is difficult. Many people dream of finding that ‘one thing’ that will fix their eczema or prevent flare-ups but, the harsh reality is, it is a chronic and complex condition that is different for each individual. It is rare that ‘one thing’ is the answer.

Fortunately, medical researchers continue to strive for new treatments that provide relief from, what can be, an overwhelming experience. Be sure to ask your dermatologist or immunologist about potential options and feel free to seek guidance from organisations such as Eczema Support Australia.

Eczema Support Australia is committed to helping people living with eczema overcome
difficulties and thrive in their community. As part of that pledge, you can read an insight into emerging treatments that giving hope to many people living with eczema and their loved ones.  

See our information resource on our website. https://www.eczemasupport.org.au/downloads/

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Great news

Colleen Leeds

Fantastic

Is this used with dupilimab or on its own and which would be better?

I use Dupixent. Life saver after 72 years of eczema.

Ben Connell

Where can I find information about the side effects of this new medication? Is it safe to take it while breastfeeding?

Brooke Louiise link above xx

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As you prepare for the return to school, download our free Eczema School Kit; www.eczemasupport.org.au/school-kit-2/ ... See MoreSee Less

We hope you are fired up, but not flared up for 2022.
Eczema Support Australia has much to do this year to ensure our eczema community are supported. Stay connected with us as we provide you with advocacy, information and connection.
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We hope you are fired up, but not flared up for 2022.
Eczema Support Australia has much to do this year to ensure our eczema community are supported.  Stay connected with us as we provide you with advocacy, information and connection.
#eczema #eczemasupportaustralia #happynewyear2022

However you spend this special time of year, know that our eczema community is here to support you now and into the new year.
From all of us at Eczema Support Australia, we hope you have a Christmas full of love, joy and peace.
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