Psoriasis is a non‑contagious chronic disease that mainly affects the skin, nails, and joints. It is characterised by the appearance of reddish scaly plaques that are sometimes accompanied by pain and itching. It develops as outbreaks that alternate with periods of improvement if proper treatment is followed.
Psoriasis explained in first person
Although we do not cure psoriasis, the treatments we use remain their effectiveness over time.
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