National Psoriasis Foundation
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News Archive: 2012

Carol Ostrow joins the National Psoriasis Foundation Board of Directors
—Dec. 17, 2012

Scientists discover new areas of DNA linked to psoriasis
—Dec. 4, 2012

Children with psoriasis more likely to be obese
—Dec. 4, 2012

NPF-funded study uncovers genetic clues about pustular psoriasis that may lead to new treatments
—Nov. 26, 2012

National Psoriasis Foundation Discovery Grant recipient finds genetic clues about pustular psoriasis
—Nov. 21, 2012

National Psoriasis Foundation pays tribute to International Psoriasis Council leader
—Oct. 5, 2012

National Psoriasis Foundation Medical Board releases treatment recommendations for pustular psoriasis
—Sept. 24, 2012

Methotrexate not as effective in treating psoriatic arthritis, study finds
—Sept. 20, 2012

NPF-funded researcher Nicole Ward receives $1.8 million NIH grant for psoriasis research
—Sept. 4, 2012

National Psoriasis Foundation-supported study investigates new pathway for psoriasis that may lead to better treatments
—July 19, 2012

National Psoriasis Foundation applauds the Supreme Court's decision on the Affordable Care Act
—June 28, 2012

National Psoriasis Foundation honors renowned dermatologist and psoriasis expert Dr. Mark Lebwohl with Lifetime Achievement Award
—June 21, 2012

Psoriasis increases type 2 diabetes risk; Psoriasis Foundation encourages patients to know the warning signs and get screened
—June 21, 2012

Dermatologists prefer phototherapy as first-line treatment for moderate to severe psoriasis, study finds
—June 11, 2012

National Psoriasis Foundation awards more than $2 million in research grants and fellowships
—May 14, 2012

National Psoriasis Foundation-supported study determines how psoriasis and heart disease are connected
—May 14, 2012

Scientists use DNA from National Psoriasis Victor Henschel BioBank to identify a gene linked to plaque psoriasis
—April 25, 2012

Hundreds of advocates speak out for psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis research
—April 23, 2012

Foundation grant leads to $7 million award from the National Institutes of Health
—April 18, 2012

Treating psoriasis with Humira may reduce risk of heart attack and stroke
—March 26, 2012

Psoriasis advocates and researchers ask Congress to continue psoriasis funding
—March 23, 2012

FDA announces shortage of injectable methotrexate
—February 14, 2012

Phil Mickelson wins Pebble Beach National Pro-Am
—February 12, 2012

Psoriasis patients at increased risk of hospitalization for infectious diseases
—January 11, 2012

Amevive (alefacept) voluntarily discontinued in the U.S.
—January 5, 2012

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