Hi Maatson, you were a great help a year and a half ago when I fell ill.I wanted to say that I've found a drastic reduction in my geographic tongue / oral purpura since quitting soy milk. I had been drinking between a half a litre to a litre of soy milk per day, sometimes up to two litres. Since quitting and taking zinc, I feel much better. I know you'll have a career in dermatology so I hope my story helps you help others! Take care, and thanks again for your help and compassion
Pls see my post on derm board for updates about Jayden. We'll bring this to his doctor's attention. I don't understand why he keeps getting these atypical spots at unusual spots of his body - it's like a never ending story and I'm getting exhausted of this. We'll keep you updated.
Just a quick note to say hi!
You may remember replying to a question from Bobo58, re shingles and lymph node swelling. Well unfourtunately it was Hodgkins Lymphoma. I have just come off 6 months ABVD chemotherapy and am in remission. Bob
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