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How DIY works in real life

Want to do something to fight psoriatic disease? Start with something as simple as the hobbies and games you love.

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Citizen Pscientist: First report of 2016

The enthusiasm for our people-powered, global research network continues to spread.

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Vitamin D may be lacking in some people with psoriatic arthritis, study finds

Researchers recommend that patients work with their doctors to make sure they’re getting enough of the “sunshine vitamin.”

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Over 74,000 questions answered

Plenty of labs, big-name institutes and major universities have unveiled global research campaigns. But we may be one of the few that ever launched the same kind of effort with non-scientists running the show.

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Psoriasis or not, he’s a Cure Champion

“It’s easy to be an observer, but I wanted to take part and make a difference." 

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Biologic without injection? There might be a patch for that

A team of researchers, funded in part through the National Psoriasis Foundation, is developing a new device that will allow biologics to be applied through a skin patch.

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Hardest working woman in bingo

Sue Jaqua is taking Team NPF Bingo where no bingonaut has gone before.

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10,000 patients and growing strong

The Patient Navigation Center strives to improve health outcomes.

A wealth of resources for families affected by psoriatic disease

NPF launches Our Spot, a website designed to help kids, teens and their parents.

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The researchers who quietly made history

In the final installment of "Where are they now?" we investigate a forgotten milestone from NPF's past and recognize the people behind it.