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Louise Jones
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My Child Has Autism
This Blog has now been discontinued.

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Topical Steroid Withdrawal
This blog has now been discontinued. Information about Topical Steroid Withdrawal can be found at Itsan.org

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Why I'm Quitting Blogging
I didn't want to delete the blog without saying goodbye to the readers and a big thank you to everyone  who has followed my TSW journey since December 2011. Why am I quitting the blog? Well, since I started TSW back in November 2011, I fully immersed myself...

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TSW Research Group
I wanted to let people know about the new TSW research group , which is dedicated to studying and learning more about this unusual condition. The site posts useful research articles, so is ideal for anyone looking for scholarly articles about topical steroi...

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Patients Like Me
Today I want to tell you about a website called Patients Like Me . It is a site where people with all sorts of different medical conditions can share information about their symptoms, track data and connect with others with similar issues. So what if everyo...

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Put Yourself on the Autism Map
As part of Autism Awareness Week, the National Autistic Society have created a map of the U.K for people to log in and show their support.  It is simple to get involved; just go to the map, type in your postcode and write about how autism affects your life....

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Book Review: Neurotribes by Steve Silberman
I wrote this review a few months ago for the Bookbag website. I'd like to share it with my blog readers for Autism Awareness Week. Neurotribes  is is an ambitious book. It aims to challenge the widely-held perception that autism is a disability, or a develo...

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Dr Lahiri Video on the Menace of Topical Steroid Abuse
Dr Koushik Lahiri is a respected voice in the campaign against topical steroid overuse. In India, this has become a real issue, as many people use potent OTC steroids as skin lightening creams and suffer horrible rebound symptoms. Dr Lahiri has worked tirel...
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