Aldara (imiquimod)

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Louise Says:

What is aldara used for? What are the side effects?

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My GP is pressuring me to use Aldara on multiple skin cancers on arms and legs caused by autoimmune meds eg Azathioprine. I have resisted so far but because of the numbers, he is saying “ I can’t keep chopping these out there are too many” The specialist will not reduce or stop the Aza even though my blood readings are very good. Help!

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