The National Psoriasis Foundation is the world’s largest nonprofit dedicated to people with psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis. Its mission is to drive efforts to cure psoriatic disease and improve the lives of those affected. It is a member of the National Health Council, which requires that all member agencies maintain the highest standards of organizational effectiveness and public stewardship.
National Psoriasis Foundation Blog
Jul 27, 2017
“October is National Psoriasis Awareness Month” was the headline in the July/August 1997 issue of the Bulletin, forerunner of Psoriasis Advance. It was NPF’s “first full-scale national public awareness campaign” with messages about psoriasis and NPF set for newspapers, radio[…]Read more...
Jul 24, 2017
As many as one-third of people with psoriasis develop the disease during childhood, and studies have found that about 1.2 percent of children have psoriasis. Along with this high prevalence comes a growing recognition that pediatric psoriasis affects more than[…]Read more...
Jul 20, 2017
You’re never too young to go to bat for people with psoriatic disease.Read more...
Jul 17, 2017
A retired nurse turns to the Patient Navigation Center to help her make her case. Tags: psoriasispsoriatic arthritisRead more...