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Psoriasis as an Inflammatory Disease, and What’s Changed Over Time

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August is National Psoriasis Awareness Month, and on this episode of Managed Care Cast, we bring you an excerpt of an interview with a New Jersey dermatologist about the changing concept of psoriasis as more than just a skin disease.

August is National Psoriasis Awareness Month, and on this episode of Managed Care Cast, we bring you an excerpt of an interview conducted by Linda Stocum, assistant editor of Dermatology Times®, for Medical World News®, a new webcast from MJH Life Sciences™️.

In it, Jerry Bagel, MD, MS, Windsor Dermatology, East Windsor, New Jersey, discusses how psoriasis is now understood to be an inflammatory disease that, if left intreated, can have devastating cardiovascular effects, on lifespan and quality of life, especially for young people. He also discusses the many lifestyle changes that some patients will need to make after their skin becomes clear.

Watch the full interview on Medical World News.

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