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WOW, how many of us UK Pods would just debride and off load?

Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by G Flanagan, Feb 17, 2011.

  1. G Flanagan

    G Flanagan Active Member


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    I often visit the US site Present Podiatry as the DPM's there seem to have some good conversations.

    However i came across this thread and just thought wow, they really seem to jump in all guns blazing, for something which i would just initially enucleate and off load?

    What do you think?

    http://www.podiatry.com/etalk/Porokeratosis-How-do-YOU-t770.html#
     
  2. blinda

    blinda MVP

    Interesting stuff!

    Unfortunately, Cantherone is not licensed for podiatric use in the UK. I did obtain some of the red`super strength` with Sal acid, for a crop of VP`s that I grew during my uni days...but was too chicken to use it. I gave it to a dermatologist pod to try, who informed me that it was indeed very painful on application, (Well, it was for his wife anyway, whom he used it on) but very effective.
     
  3. JAYNES

    JAYNES Active Member

    Thanks George that was interesting to read.
    I will be looking at Present Podiatry a lot more.

    Jaynes.
     
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