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Tough to Treat: Psoriasis of the Hands and Feet

Presented by
Cynthia Trickett, PA-C, Texas Dermatology Associates

Cracking, blistering, and swelling—it's especially tough to cope when psoriasis flares on the hands or feet. It can be difficult to treat psoriasis in these areas with typical topical treatments, and a flare can make it difficult to walk, use your hands and perform countless other everyday tasks.

Join us for a webcast presentation sponsored by MG217 on psoriasis of the hands and feet. Cynthia Trickett, PA-C, from Texas Dermatology Associates, will discuss the best treatments for these tough-to-treat spots.

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Questions?
Contact Kathleen Carter, Outreach Coordinator, at kcarter@psoriasis.org or 800.723.9166, ext. 361.

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