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Follow ongoing discussion forums, ask questions, or share your experience with your most frustrating psoriasis symptoms, experiences, and treatment options. Do you have a unique question or recommendation you would like to share with the community? You can even start your own discussion!

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Check out this month’s featured topic in the community. From celebrating Psoriasis Awareness Month to taking part in fun challenges, we’ve got plenty of ways to help you set goals, get inspired, and connect with others.

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By theresakd - August 1, 2017

This is really not my story but my daughters…She has psoriasis on her scalp. I has formed a ring around the crown of her head we have tried many remedy’s none that… READ MORE

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By judydon - April 16, 2017

I had a good childhood in Bridgeport Connecticut: an A student, piano lessons, dancing school, church Youth Group. It was the summer of 1966, before my junior year at UConn, that my… READ MORE


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