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How do i find information on mastocytosis on a reputible site?

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Dr. Brant Ward
Allergy and Immunology 14 years experience
NIH website: The national institutes of health have good information about mastocytosis on their website: http://www.Niaid.Nih.Gov/topics/mastocytosis/pages/default.Aspx the mastocytosis society is a patient-run organization, and they have some good information on their website as well: http://www.Tmsforacure.Org/welcome.Php if you have specific ?S, you should see a specialist with experience in mastocytosis.
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Skin problem: This is a skin disorder. I recommend asking a dermatologist this question.
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