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What is eczema?

Eczema is a skin condition characterized by inflamed or irritated skin. Approximately 30 million adults in the US are affected by it.

The risk of developing red, itchy skin is largely inherited. Variation in one protein found in our skin, filaggrin, is strongly linked to eczema. DNA changes in the FLG gene (encodes filaggrin) contribute to our genetic predisposition to eczema.


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