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To the readers of my web site and guests who enter this guest. Book. I need to comment on this CRYBABY, Ed Anderson. For some reason, Mr. Anderson seems to feel that he has the corner on the psoriasis Community. Apparently he has been ripped off so much by doctors that he feels he has to strike out at everyone who does not give him something free - WHAT A FREE LOADING BUM. Its not that Mr. Anderson cannot afford $15.00 dollars as he is a web site programmer and lives in San Francisco. When I spoke with Mr. Anderson some time ago on the telephone, he cried and mooned about telling him what it was. I just bet he soaks the day lights out of the people he does Web Sites for. Bottom line here is: My PSORIASIS AND MY SONS PSORIASIS IS GONE, HIS IS NOT. TUFF LUCK MR. ANDERSON, KEEP TAKING YOUR STEROIDS :)
Ken Kessler <kdkessl@ibm.net>
USA - Monday, December 07, 1998 at 00:08:24 (EST)
Ken has just publicly threatened me with a lawsuit for my "Psoriasis Hall of Pshame" page. There I tell Ken's method for APPLYING TOPICAL NYSTATIN, a simple antifungal. There are links to past public discussions of this treatment, and I keep an archive of all the posts to the news:alt.support.skin-diseases.psoriasis discussion group. Stop by and see what others have to say about Ken's product.
Ed Anderson <ed@pinch.com>
San Francisco, CA USA - Friday, November 06, 1998 at 04:41:09 (EST)
Dear Dennis, All Boeing empolyees get this data for no charge. As you now have this information, you can see this is not some over the counter CRAP, nor is this some CRAP that is loaded with dangerous drugs such as SKINCAP. Your PDR will tell you this FDA approved medication is harmless. Someone is playing a very sick game on you and people who need help with Psoriasis. If you can find out, please let me know. I will call you tomorrow at your Boeing office.
Ken Kessler <kdkessl@ibm.net>
USA - Friday, August 07, 1998 at 06:51:55 (EST)
I have read your site, it's hard to believe whats real out there I am sorry but as others I'm very leary at giving someone $15 for something that I'm weary off.I found "Skin Cap" on the net and sent my $40 twice..only to find out later that it was a dangerous high steroid drug un approved by the FDA. I recieved a phone call today from those people (actually people that got access to the records of purchasers of that product) and they told me of your product and said it was an over the counter med.,available at most stores.(this I will research) If it is available I will possibly try it.But sorry to say not via the net. at least till I'm convinced.If it truly works I would be happy to become a sales rep here in the northwest.Like you I am a Boeing Employee.....maybe we can help each other as well as others.
Dennis <----@hotmail.com>
Federal Way, wa USA - Thursday, August 06, 1998 at 20:33:52 (EST)
It is hard to know there is no cure for psoriasis. The biggest problem is find a doctor to help you ! Usually they say that it is a stress problem and there is no treatment.
Dalton <------@nvc.com.br>
São Paulo, SP Brazil - Sunday, July 19, 1998 at 08:30:07 (EST)
Dera Debi, I'm not as cold hearted as you may assume. I have sent you the info. I truly hope you has the success as we have. Ken
Ken Kessler <kdkessl@ibm.net>
St. Charles, MO USA - Friday, July 03, 1998 at 12:23:34 (EST)
I think it is wonderful that you and your family do not have to be subjected to the problems that psoriasis can cause. I have had psoriasis since I was 16 years old and I'm turning 30 this July 4th. I know how humiliating it can be. The only thing that has ever worked for me is light therapy. Surprisingly enough when I was pregnant with my daughter it went away too. The thing I don't understand is this, I know how I feel when people ask, " What is wrong with you?!" and if I had the knowledge to help someone else that was going thru what I had already been thru I would do it. I certainly would not put a price on it, because some people simply don't have the money to lay out on a " chance " cure. I'am a hard worker who lives pay check to pay check to many times and I do not have 15 dollars to blow on something I don't even know will definitly work. No matter how much I would love to get rid of this terribly ugly skin. Sincerly, Debi Stanley
Debi Stanley <----@hotmail.com>
Baltimore, Md. USA - Tuesday, June 30, 1998 at 16:52:17 (EST)
Dear Roy, Your problem cannot be any worse then psoriasis. You might want to give my treatment a try. If the medical profession has not been able to help you, then it's time you helped yourself. Sincerely, Ken
Ken Kessler <kenk@rotfl.com>
St. Charles, MO USA - Wednesday, June 24, 1998 at 09:09:58 (EST)
I actually not very sure I am in the right part of the finding of enzema. I would like to find out wether there is any cure for it. Thanks for the info.
Leroy
USA - Monday, June 22, 1998 at 20:43:57 (EST)
Hi Here's hoping that the Doctor's will be willing to give this a try with me! See ya, Ruth
Ruth ----- <----@hotmail.com>
AL USA - Wednesday, June 03, 1998 at 10:47:21 (EST)
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