Scratching the surface: unmet needs in psoriasis
Director Mariel Metcalfe shares some key findings from a recent Living with psoriasis study conducted in Europe, which is now available to purchase
Psoriasis is a skin condition but its impact goes much further than skin-deep. The late US novelist John Updike, who had psoriasis from the age of six, talked about being ‘At War with my Skin’.
The martial metaphor is no exaggeration. Updike hesitated to use the term ‘disease’ for something “not contagious, painful, or debilitating”. Yet his psoriasis still had “the volatility of a disease, the sense of another presence co-occupying your body and singling you out from the happy herds of healthy, normal, mankind”.
EADV Congress 2015
Therapy Watch to present at the EADV Spring Symposium “real-world” patient data for PsO patients in disease remission
We are delighted to have been chosen to present a poster at this year’s EADV Spring Symposium in Valencia, Spain. The event will focus on topics such as skin cancer, inflammation and inflammatory skin diseases, psoriasis, infectious diseases, facial dermatosis, allergy and adnexal tumours.