Psoriasis:The Struggle and the Triumph

A Healthy Transformation for Everyone Living with Psoriasis

by Elliott Douglas Derzaph


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 1/1/0001

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 176
ISBN : 9781410702166

About the Book


Here is what the experts say about this book.

“A wonderful book... a wealth of information. My medical experience recommends this book as an essential tool that will encourage doctor and patient to work together as a healing team.”


---Velma Scott, M.D., D.C., Ph.D.

‘[Elliott Derzaph’s] book is encyclopedic in nature, but still entirely readable for the average person. It covers up-to-the-minute medical research... while still focusing on practical approaches to achieve relief now.”


---Melissa Derfler, M.D., Ph.D., Amer. Board of Psychiatry & Neurology

“This book helps the psoriatic patient understand the many options available... in helping to control the condition - a clear, concise reference manual.”


---Dr. John O.A. Pagano, Chiropractic Physician Award-winning author of HEALING PSORIASIS: The Natural Alternative

“The book seems a great labor of love from Mr. Derzaph. It will prove to be an interesting read for those who have psoriasis.”


---Lynne Vear, R.N., Psoriasis Education & Research Centre Woman’s College Hospital, Ontario, Canada

“After 17 years of research, Mr. Derzaph has assembled, in one place, most, if not all the methods and techniques for ameliorating or healing this most stubborn condition.”
---Fred Siciliano, O.M.D., L. Ac., M. H.

“[The book] is a wonderful journal and exploration of psoriasis... it clearly describes and offers valuable suggestions that psoriasis sufferers everywhere would appreciate.”


---Dr. Anna Hamilton

“I have recommended some of these treatments to psoriasis patients and am happy to say that many of them have been better able to cope. Many people with psoriasis... will benefit greatly from this book.”


---Nullis Mohammed, R.N.

“[This book] encompasses a very diverse study of the many alternative treatments for this chronic condition.”


---Linda A. Henley National Secretary, The Psoriasis Association, Northampton, England


About the Author

Elliott Douglas Derzaph was born and raised in Canada. He traveled and lived in various cities in Central and Western Canada. In the mid 1970's, he immigrated to the United States where he became an American citizen. He lived in Hawaii for 5 years while attending school studying Philosophy in which he later obtained a degree. During the same period, he was the personal aide to distinguished author, psychoanalyst, philosopher and lecturer, Dr. Kenneth (Thane) Walker.

Upon leaving Hawaii and settling in Los Angeles, he entered the world of computers, later specializing in Project Management. In 1990, the author started his own business as a Project Manager including Research & Development and Consulting.

Elliott has discovered the necessity of lifelong learning and has engage in perpetual pursuit of knowledge. He specializes in the field of “Emotional Intelligence,” for which he received a U.S. registered trademark in 1994. Elliott, an entrepreneur and researcher, has written books, scripts and poems as well as doing volunteer work since his youth... including marketing, text compilation (a book on Philosophy), video and digitizing. He regularly contributes to a variety of non-profit organizations and has won “Man of the Year” twice for his volunteer work. He has traveled throughout North and Central America as well as Europe.He has a loving wife who is an attorney and spirited young son.

The author was prompted to write this book by the questions of his many friends, acquaintances and family who were curious about the psoriasis data he had started to compile since 1978. Further impetus was given by his conversations with many psoriasis sufferers who indicated there was an extreme lack of information on the subject.

The author felt that if just one idea was helpful to each reader in relieving some of the discomfort of psoriasis, it was well worth his efforts in writing this book.