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have used your PsoriAWAY® product during its development on problematic
psoriasis patients at both the nursing home facilities as well as the
Neighborhood Clinic. Not only has my experience with this new product been
excellent; Dr. William Lascheid, Director of the Neighborhood Clinic, has
also used your Psoriasis product with great success. He is also a board
certified dermatologist as well."
Dr. Robert Boyd Tober, M.D., FACEP.
Chairman, Dept of Emergency & Ambulatory Svcs NCH Healthcare
System. Medical Dir. Collier County Emergency Medical Services /
Bentley Village / The Glenview / Harborside
"I have been able to supply PsoriAWAY® to a number of patients with
psoriasis. They were followed on a regular basis for a period of six
months. Each and every one of the patients had high praise for the
William P. Lascheid, M.D."
Director of Neighborhood Health Clinic.
Board Certified Dematologist.
"As a physician, I know there is no cure for psoriasis. PsoriAWAY®
supplied to me has been very useful to my wife. It is particularly good for
scalp lesions and for resistant lesions on the skin over joints. I
recommend that both patients and physicians add it to their
Keith Waterhouse, M.D.
Professor and Chairman Emeritus of Urology, S.U.N.Y.
"Many repeat customers have described to us how PsoriAWAY has helped
their condition. We definitely recommend PsoriAWAY to any person suffering
from psoriasis. We have sold 276 bottles of PsoriAWAY at this location in
the past 4 months. Our second location, Golden Gate Pharmacy had sales
just as impressive. We have many repeat customers who have described to us
how PsoriAWAY has helped their condition. We would definitely recommend
PsoriAWAY to any patient suffering from psoriasis or any retailer looking
for a good product to offer their customers."
John & Nancy Wojcik
Pharmacists, Owners - Naples Fifth Avenue & Golden Gate Pharmacies
Physicians and Consumers Grateful for Psoriaway
"I have used PsoriAWAY® on severe psoriasis patients at both nursing
homes and the Neighborhood Clinic. My experience with this new product has
been excellent. "
Dr. Robert Tober, M.D., FACEP
" I have used PsoriAWAY® with great success. I have been able to
supply it to a number of patients with psoriasis. Each of the patients had
high praise for the product. "
Dr. William P. Lascheid, M.D.
Local psoriasis sufferer markets his own creation to treat the disease
By LAURA LAYDEN, firstname.lastname@example.org
John DelleCave knows how difficult it can be to live with psoriasis.
That's because he does it every day. He's had the disease, which causes
scaly patches on his skin and scalp, for years.
John DelleCave of MBA Pharmaceuticals in Naples holds a leaf cut from an
aloe patch he grows at his office. DelleCave has developed Mister Blister
and PsoriAWAY, aloe-based products to treat burns and psoriasis. Erin
His own suffering has led him to create PsoriAWAY®, an over-the-counter
aloe-based lotion he says can help control the disease.
After three years of development and research, DelleCave, who has been in
Naples since 1969, recently began selling his product at local drug stores
including the Golden Gate Pharmacy on Collier Boulevard and the Fifth
Avenue South Pharmacy in downtown Naples. He hopes to get Psoriaway
distributed nationwide, and just received his first big shipment of 2,500
"I use it on a regular basis and it works really, really good,"
said DelleCave, president of Naples-based MBA Pharmaceuticals.
While there are more than 300 drugs on the market to treat psoriasis, the
local business owner's product seems to have a lot of promise. More than 7
million people have psoriasis, a chronic skin condition that most often
causes inflamed lesions on the body and head. The disease is incurable,
and usually shows up in people between the ages of 15 and 35.
"People with psoriasis have been very open about trying new
remedies," said Molly Marshall, a spokeswoman for the National
Psoriasis Foundation in Portland, Ore. "It's unusual how many
different things they will try for the treatment of their disease. What
works for one person doesn't necessarily work for another. Because it's a
lifelong disease, they need a lot of options."
Before launching his product, DelleCave handed out trial bottles of his
lotion to local doctors and dermatologists. As their patients tried
Psoriaway, they began asking for more.
Robert Boyd Tober, chairman for the department of emergency and ambulatory
medicine for NCH Healthcare System, has used Psoriaway to treat patients
at local nursing homes, and as a volunteer at The Neighborhood Clinic.
He's seen excellent results.
"There was good feedback from the patients on Psoriaway," he
Keith Waterhouse, a 73-year-old retired professor of surgery from New York
who lives in Bonita Springs, received some free samples for his wife, and
he says the lotion has been effective.
People with psoriasis have to constantly rotate the products they use, or
else they become ineffective, Waterhouse said.
So, the more treatments there are the better.
"The problem with psoriasis is that it is not curable," he said.
"It's treatable and not curable.
Many products will help you, but then tend to help for only a period of
His wife Anne, 69, has suffered with the disease since she was 12. She has
scaly lesions on her body and head, and Waterhouse says he's eager for
DelleCave to develop a shampoo that his wife can use to treat her scalp
and wash her hair.
He welcomes anything that makes life easier for his wife of 47 years.
"Treating the disease can be very time consuming," he said.
"It's very tedious. My father had psoriasis and he was so bad that he
used to spend one day every week in the outpatient center getting
Psoriaway, which has met the FDA's requirements to be sold over the
counter, differs from many of the other products that are on the market,
DelleCave said. Unlike other treatments, it does not contain salicylic
acid or alcohol, which both can both dry the skin. Also, it retails at
$24.95, making it less expensive than many other products.
||John DelleCave of MBA
Pharmaceuticals in Naples holds a leaf cut from an aloe patch he
grows at his office. DelleCave has developed Mister Blister and
Psoriaway, aloe-based products to treat burns and psoriasis. Erin
PsoriAway uses natural ingredients like
Aloe in this remedy for irritating Psoriasis symptoms.