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Psoriasis Treatment

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The 1-2-3s of Treating Psoriasis

Doctors generally treat psoriasis in steps based on the severity of the disease and the patient's response to treatments This is what’s called the "1-2-3" approach ›

What to Know About Biologics for Psoriasis

Sometimes, topical and oral treatments aren’t enough to soothe the symptoms of moderate to severe psoriasis. A newer class of medications called biologics is starting to change our approach to treatment.

Find out what you need to know about biologics

Are You Psoriasis Savvy?

Psoriasis is a complicated disease. Test your knowledge.

Creams, Gels and Ointments to Soothe Your Skin

When you have psoriasis, topical treatments are often the first medicines you use to improve your skin’s look and feel. Applied to the skin, they can reduce inflammation, remove skin patches and ease discomfort.

Take a look at your options

Reference: Skin, Hair and Nails section on Better Medicine

Did You Know?

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Psoriasis usually starts between ages 15 and 35.