Psoriasis is a common chronic inflammatory disease that affects at least 60 million people worldwide1. People are most familiar with the patches of inflamed skin that are associated with the disease, but the impact of living with psoriasis goes far beyond the skin.
Psoriasis itself, its joint symptoms, and other illnesses that can be associated with it (comorbidities) are collectively referred to as psoriatic disease2.
The Psoriasis and Beyond study assessed people’s understanding of psoriatic disease and takes a closer look at its broader impact, including connected comorbidities, how the disease affects a person’s quality of life, and their conversations with their doctor.
Dive into the study findings to discover the many layers of psoriatic disease and start the conversation with your doctor today.