PRP and Work-Related Issues
While I faced the typical and predictable challenges to body, mind and spirit all PRP patients face, there was one major exception: the workplace. I was retired when the “Red Bastard” came knocking on my door in August 2012
Every PRP journey is unique. For many PRP patients the onset of pityriasis rubra pilaris comes when we are employed. The decision to work or not to work is the patient’s choice subject to the realities of the workplace..
Over the past eight years I have heard hundreds of PRP workplace stories. While there are common issues, I would submit that each tale is as unique as each PRP patient’s journey.
The decision to continue working or not is the patient’s choice subject to the realities of the workplace and effects of PRP.
WORKING — WORKPLACE STORIES — TO WORK OR NOT TO WORK
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