This section contains articles about psoriasis and related conditions written by doctors, specialists, journalists and individuals from professional bodies and organisations.

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  • FEB 2014

    First nonprofit psoriasis registry may improve treatments and outcomes for nation's most common ...

    By collecting, analyzing and disseminating data from thousands of people with psoriasis, the registry will help clinicians, researchers and the pharmaceutical industry study the comparative ...

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  • NOV 2013

    New study to develop personalised treatments for psoriasis

    A world-leading taskforce led by The University of Manchester has begun work to create a new test to help medics work out which treatment plan is most likely to improve the disabling skin co...

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  • Sep 2013

    New research reveals the complexities and emotions associated with psoriasis

    With three per cent of the nation (1.8 million1) affected by psoriasis, the chronic inflammatory skin disease, why does it continue to remain a relatively forgotten and often misunderstood c...

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  • May 2013

    UK calls for international action on antimicrobial resistance

    Information about how the UK are calling for international action to deal with the growing problem of fewer medicines to treat the soaring number of antibiotic-resistant infections.

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  • Mar 2013

    85% of skin patients could benefit from pioneering government-funded website

    The British Association of Dermatologists (BAD) has been awarded government funding for a groundbreaking project to develop a website that will act as a hub for psychological support specifi...

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  • Aug 2012

    Half of people with a skin disease have been verbally abused

    An article about how half of skin disease sufferers are verbally abused at least once because of their condition.

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