The book presents an alternative to allergists and dermatologists who have been trying to treat a despairing class of patients. It combines anecdotes and peer-reviewed science, including twenty case histories ranging from infancy to old age. As you will read, the state of eczema treatment is trapped in an old paradigm. With no definite cure for eczema, common medicines, such as oral antihistamines, topical corticosteroids, emollients, and even immune-modulating agents, can relieve symptoms but also sometimes cause severe side effects. Significantly, these agents do not target upstream molecular dysregulation that is central to eczema. The book also draws associations between eczema and other immunology disorders such as food allergies. Dr Li's therapy is currently in regular clinical use, due to the supplement regulatory exception, but is continually being refined and improved by her team of laboratory researchers with an eye to pharmaceutical approval.