THE DAY WHICH TURNED OUT OT BE A BAD ONE FOR CLIVE PECK

In January 1966 Clive Peck had bad attack of weeping eczema and reacted to it by having a fit of crying, but all got sorted out by the end of the day when the school matron treated it with ointment.

The next day it was off to the doctor to get a prescription for ointment to treat the boy's eczema, and in no time improved it - just adding a top layer of skin to it - for as it happened the eczema was still lying  right underneath ready to be unleashed whenever the boy scratched it.

The next day the contracted eczema again - this time on another part of his body, which meant another visit to the doctor.

From then on, every morning the boy had to have a bath to get himself  cleaned up so that the matron could put some ointment on the boy's eczema.

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