For more information about caring for a child with psoriasis or psoriatic arthritis, see these feature articles from Psoriasis Advance:
It takes a team to care for a child with psoriasis—a team whose players include doctors, teachers, school administrators and even other kids. At its heart are the child's parents. Read more >>>
In a decision that disappoints and frustrates doctors, researchers and patients, pharmaceutical manufacturer Amgen has dropped its bid to obtain US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval of the drug Enbrel as a treatment for moderate-to-severe plaque psoriasis in children 4 to 17 years old. Read more >>>
Meet Emily Smith and Andy Moy. Young and determined, they're taking control of their psoriatic arthritis. Read more >>>
She's just 7, but Emily Koger has a lot to say about living with psoriasis. Read more >>>
It's no fun to be a kid with psoriasis. Your skin itches like crazy, but you can't scratch it. Putting on a ton of lotions and creams is boring. People stare and the kids at school say mean things. Read more >>>
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