British boy with eczema wins support from Chinese Internet users
Updated: 2015-07-16 13:47
By Zhan Qianhui and Mao Jing(chinadaily.com.cn)
Messages in support of Morgan from Chinese Internet users
I read the report on your website and I myself happened to get eczema a few days ago. I used an ointment called "Yufubao" and got cured within two days. I hope you can get in touch with the parents and recommend this medicine to them.
The ointment is made of herbals so there is little side effect. But for safety reasons, the patient can first apply it on the hands and feet and if it is getting better, he can apply it on the whole body. According to my own experience I highly recommend that he go to see a traditional Chinese doctor.
The ointment can be bought online. I don't think it is easy to get it in a pharmacy.
— China Daily reader "Chache" said in an email to our editors
My kid got severe eczema once and now it's fully cured. Other kids who had this disease in our neighborhood were also cured. It's a medicine a veteran practitioner of TCM made himself. Please give me the address of that kid and I'll send the medicine to him.
Poor kid. I know how he is suffering because I had rash myself. Hope there is a way to help cure him.
— China Daily reader "Congheng-Xiaoqingxu" said in a Weibo post
Highly recommend The First Affiliated Hospital of Tianjin Tianjin traditional Chinese medicine hospital! When I had the disease, I spent more than 20,000 yuan on the western medicine but got no result. But after I tried the medicine the TCM hospital made, the eczema disappeared. It's not an advertisement. I really want to help the poor kid.
— China Daily reader "Yangyang89840" said in a Weibo post
First try to be a vegetarian and avoid any animal protein. Maybe there will be a miracle.
— China Daily reader "Crane2003" said in a Weibo post
ABC on Eczema disease
Eczema, also known as dermatitis, is a chronic inflammation of the skin, associated with dry and crusting patches of hot, itchy and erythematous,skin. The affected areas may become broken, raw and may bleed if going severe.
It commonly affects the upper hands, elbows, back of the knees and face, devastating people's confidence and making movement and sleep uncomfortable.
The cause of dermatitis is unclear. One possibility is a dysfunctional interplay between the immune system and skin.