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Psoriasis Disease
« on: October 26, 2018, 02:24:27 PM »
Psoriasis drastically affects the everyday lives of patients as it victimizes more than 125 million people worldwide,” reads a statement to mark upcoming International Psoriasis Day on October 29.

Pakistan Psoriasis Foundation report states that in an analysis of survey data from 5,000 psoriasis patients, 20% of women said that psoriasis was a massive problem in their everyday lives, compared to only 12% of men.

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Overall, women have greater difficulty dealing with the psychological and social issues brought about by the condition.

Sindh Government Hospital Saudabad Chief Medical Officer Dr Fauzia Farid said, “Psoriasis is a chronic, inflammatory skin disease clinically evident as raised inflamed scaly red skin lesions that crack and itch.”