Generalized Pustular Psoriasis – Do you recognize yourself?

23 February 2022

By IFPA

Generalized Pustular Psoriasis (GPP) is one of the most aggressive forms of psoriasis. It is rare and potentially life threatening. Sometimes people living with GPP may at the same time have other forms of plaque psoriasis or Palmoplantar Pustulosis.

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Are you living with GPP? Are you caring for a sibling, friend, or family member living with GPP?

Now you can explore all current knowledge of GPP in one location. GPP and Me is dedicated to people living with GPP, their caregivers, and their family. The site hosts a library of information to help you navigate this illness. Listen to people with lived experience. Dive into materials created by IFPA, EUROPSO, Boerhinger Ingelheim, and more. Click here to learn more: GPP and Me

Share best practices and engage with GPP warriors

IFPA members are learn and collaborate in the GPP Topic inside the member portal. Log in to share how you are advocating for GPP. Join other members in the campaign. #DoYouRecognizeYourself

When it comes to rare diseases, sometimes people living with the illness must look beyond the borders of their own country to find others with the same experience. Visit the GPP Topic to connect with a global community of people living with GPP.

Watch the Generalized Pustular Psoriasis Webinar where Christine Jones shares her first-hand experience living with GPP.


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IFPA Webinar Series: Generalized Pustular Psoriasis