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2020 Studentships

Please note that we have extended the anticipated notice of decision date to April 14, 2020.

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Pso Serious

It is time to get serious about psoriasis. We know there is a real impact on patients' lives. So get serious and share your story.

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Journey to Stability

In the Fall of 2017 we collaborated with the Canadian Psoriasis Network on the development of the Journey to Stability survey with the goal of understanding the patient journey towards achieving skin clearance and stability.

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Welcome to the Canadian Association of Psoriasis Patients

(CAPP) community.

How can we help you today?

CAPP was created by a group of psoriasis patients like you. Contact us today or visit our Facebook page to share your journey and meet others like you. Or visit the “living with” section of our site to learn about tips and advice on how to cope and feel more in control of your health.

 

Need information about psoriasis?

Learn more about psoriasis, the current treatment options and how psoriasis can affect your overall health in the long term. The treatment information has been vetted by top dermatologists. The treatment landscape is constantly changing.  One such change is the introducation of Subsequent Entry Biologics (SEBs).  If you are a psoriasis/psoriatic arthritis patient whose treatment plan may include a biologic, you need to be aware of this new categroy of drugs and the impact it might have on your treatment plan.  The video below is an overview of SEBs and to learn more about them, how they are manufactured, and what effect they could have on your treatment you can view the full webisode on SEBs by clicking here.

 

 Why we do what we do?

Our goal is to get this challenging and misunderstood skin condition out into the open, and to help us all as we manage our lives with psoriasis. We also want to make sure that anyone, anywhere in Canada can get access to the treatment they need. For that we need your stories. Check out the patient stories, tell us yours, sign up for an e- newsletter,  for all the latest information about what’s happening in the fight to find ways to treat psoriasis.