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2022 World Psoriasis Day

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World Psoriasis Day has been an annual celebration dedicated to people with psoriasis for over a decade. As a proud supporter, IPC is uniting for action with IFPA to change the perception of psoriatic disease, ensure equal access to medicines, stop the stigma, advance holistic care, and prepare clinicians to care for psoriasis patients properly.

Watch the video below to hear IPC’s key opinion leaders from around the world discuss this year’s theme – psoriasis and its impact on mental health. What can you do to better care for your patients and create a better future?

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