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What are you giving away because of your psoriasis? Too often, people with psoriasis compromise parts of their life because their psoriasis is poorly controlled.1 But it doesn’t have to be that way.

Watch the video to see what Hannah, Katie and Chris have given away because of their psoriasis.


You can take back the parts of your life that you’ve been giving away. And the first step is going back to your doctor.

Your doctor cares about your wellbeing, but they may not understand how much psoriasis is affecting your life. Explore further for helpful tips from doctors and other people with psoriasis about getting the psoriasis care you need.


Getting the most out of your visit to the doctor

You may have been to the doctor once or many times. The important thing is that the next time you go, you will be more prepared to get the help you need.

Your doctor will care for your wellbeing, but they might not realise or understand the personal and emotional impact that psoriasis may be having on your life, so it’s important that you tell them.

However, because that’s not always easy, these videos and materials have been developed to give you the guidance and support you need to help you get the most out of your consultation.


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1. Warren RB et al. Br J Dermatol 2011;164 Suppl 1:1–14.
MAT-17373 September 2020 2. Bhosle MJ et al. Health Qual Life Outcomes 2006;4:35.

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