Treatment Transitions

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There is no one treatment that works for every person who lives with psoriasis or psoriatic arthritis, and finding the right one may require trying several treatments. Once you find the best treatment for you, you may develop resistance, or need to add an additional treatment, or perhaps your skin is clear and you want to stop your treatment. No matter the reason for changing treatments, it can often be confusing and frustrating.

Request the Treatment Transitions resource to learn more about what to expect when starting or stopping treatment, how to discuss these transitions with your health care provider, as well as an introduction to what remission means for psoriatic disease.

(An NPF Patient Navigator will respond to your request within approximately 3 business days.)












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