People with non-white skin are more likely to experience delays in diagnosis and inadequate treatment for psoriatic disease. At least 60 million people live with this condition. It touches every race, gender, and nationality. IFPA is raising awareness of the diversity of people who have psoriatic disease through a free image gallery. Use the photos to promote inclusion in all materials on psoriatic disease. Together, we can dismantle stigma and improve treatment for all.
Since the first World Psoriasis Day, we have won many great victories for our psoriatic disease community. Still, people with psoriatic disease continue to face many unmet needs. United, we seize the opportunity of World Psoriasis Day to take action.
IFPA is an international federation of psoriatic disease associations. We are the psoriatic disease community. Our members represent over 60 million people living with psoriatic disease. Together, we advocate for progress.
people living with psoriatic disease worldwide