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“The proceeds from the sale will go to the British Forces Foundation, mental health charity Combat Stress, and Debra, an organisation dedicated to helping those with the genetic skin blistering condition epidermolysis bullosa.”
“Wilander bought the Winnebago in 2000, when he and his wife moved their family from Greenwich, Conn., to Sun Valley, where the air is cool and dry, ideal conditions for their son, Erik, who has epidermolysis bullosa, a rare skin disease.”
“Fifteen percent of proceeds help to raise awareness for epidermolysis bullosa, a rare skin disease that affects children.”
“I have read of similar problems faced by people with epidermolysis bullosa, that the bandages they need to cover their wounds are simply not covered at all.”
“Charles Burgoon's Epidermolysis bullosa narcissus.”
“Now sulforaphane has demonstrated new skills in treating a genetic skin blistering disorder called epidermolysis bullosa simplex EBS, Pierre Coulombe and colleagues at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore report at the American Society for Cell Biology 47th Annual Meeting.”
“This in turn can cause diseases such as Epidermolysis bullosa and sickle-cell disease.”
“Exceptionally the wheals, or lesions, are peculiar as to formation, or another condition or disease may be associated, hence the varieties known as urticaria papulosa, urticaria hæmorrhagica, urticaria tuberosa, and urticaria bullosa.”
“Urticaria bullosa is a variety in which the inflammatory action has been sufficiently great to give rise to fluid exudation, the wheals resulting in the formation of blebs.”
“(These [oe] dematous swellings occurring alone might be looked upon, as they are by most observers, as an independent affection, but its close relationship to ordinary urticaria is often evident.) #Describe urticaria bullosa.”
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