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2022 World Psoriasis Day

The IPC is a proud supporter of World Psoriasis Day by uniting for action with IFPA to advance care and change the perception of psoriatic disease. 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.

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The Global Psoriasis Atlas in Greenland – May 2022

The Global Psoriasis Atlas (GPA) is a joint project of the ILDS (International League of Dermatological Societies), IFPA (International Federation of Psoriasis Associations), and IPC (International Psoriasis Council) delivered by staff based at the University of Manchester. Its goal is to provide the benchmark on the burden of psoriasis in all countries and regions throughout the world using comprehensive epidemiological data to inform research, policy, and healthcare.

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BIOMAP Collaboration Update A Systemic Review on Biomarkers

BIOMAP Collaboration Update: A Systemic Review on Biomarkers

Annually, the IPC Board selects a specific subject of importance and commissions a group of experts to conduct a best evidence review. In 2021, IPC supported the BIOMAP collaboration to complete a systematic review on biomarkers. Last month, two new lay summaries were published by BIOMAP on this project.

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PsoProtect Registry Data Update

PsoProtect, a global registry for clinicians to report outcomes of COVID-19 in individuals with psoriasis, has updated their preliminary data and now includes the first 1,652 cases.

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World Psoriasis Day

Biologics and biosimilars have created many new options in psoriasis treatment for patients worldwide, but patients worldwide face barriers to acquiring them. This has led IPC Councilor Dr. Matias Maskin to reconsider what success means for psoriasis patients.

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New Resources

Treating Severe Psoriasis in Adult Patient

Treating Severe Psoriasis in Patients Over 60 Years Old

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