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Psoriasis Endorsed Content

Lauren Mateja, Managing Editor
Patients with psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis have increased calls to their dermatologist for advice on continuance of their therapy during uncertain times. Guidance from national organizations provide answers that dermatologists can pass on to their patients.
Lauren Mateja, Managing Editor
New and emerging therapies such as biologics continue to improve quality of life and outcomes for patients with psoriasis. Biologics that block IL-23 functions present a unique opportunity to provide long-term, effective treatment.
Lauren Mateja, Managing Editor
Psoriasis can affect patients at all walks of life, from children to the elderly. Adolescents, however, require special considerations, from psychosocial conditions to therapy options, for the short- and long-term management of psoriasis.
Melissa Weiss, Associate Editor
The American Academy of Dermatology and National Psoriasis Foundation released new guidelines on the use of phototherapy for the treatment of psoriasis. Joel Gelfand, MD, MSCE, discussed the updated guidelines with The Dermatologist.
Melissa Weiss, Associate Editor
Recent updates address the latest evidence on the safety and efficacy of biologics.
Peter D. Zang; Donovan G. Kearns; Vipawee S. Chat; Jashin J. Wu, MD
Dermatologists may soon have 2 more FDA-approved drugs for effectively controlling plaque psoriasis.
Olivia Wind and Jeffrey Weinberg, MD
Psoriatic nails are a common, but often overlooked, occurrence in psoriasis patients. Here is the latest on how different medications stack up in treating them.
Melissa Weiss, Associate Editor
A review of recent news, research, and treatment related to psoriasis.
Megan H. Noe, MD, MPH, MSCE
This article focuses on the baseline risk of malignancy, risks associated with treatments for psoriasis, and management strategies for patients with psoriasis and a history of malignancy.
Lawrence Green, MD
This article discusses the latest evidence on oral molecules for the treatment of psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis.
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