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This content was provided by Dr. Arkin "I see kids with warts, moles, acne. I'm particularly interested in children with connective tissue disease, so patients with lupus, morphea and dermatomyositis. I really see myself as a pediatric dermatologist who takes care not just of the child, but of the whole family. And family-centered care means having conversations both with parents and with children - sometimes together, sometimes together and apart. And I try to treat every kid that walks into the office like I would treat my own child. And that really often means not just sending parents out with kind of a vague sense of what we've talked about, but written instructions and a plan for exactly what we're going to do for their eczema. And that means not just when they're flaring, but when they're flaring, better, and then how to prevent it from coming back. I think that's a really important aspect of pediatric care. Because all parents worry, and they want to know not just what to do when things are bad, but how to keep things from getting bad."
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