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World Psoriasis Day

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The International Federation of Psoriasis Associations (IFPA) has deemed October 29 as World Psoriasis Day, and for over a decade, it has been an annual celebration dedicated to people with psoriasis. The IPC is a proud supporter of World Psoriasis Day and is UNITED with IFPA to change the perception of psoriatic disease, ensure equal access to medicines, stop the stigma, advance holistic car, and prepare the health workforce to properly care for psoriasis patients.

Watch the video below to hear IPC Councilors from around world explain what being united in psoriasis treatment means to them and what is most rewarding about treating psoriasis patients. IPC President Jonathan Barker discusses how proud we are to celebrate World Psoriasis Day and what the IPC is doing to UNITE in the fight against psoriasis.

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