If you have Psoriasis and it is affecting the quality of your day-to-day life, please see if you are eligible to take part in one of our studies.

Are you one of the 1.8m population living in the UK with psoriasis?

Psoriasis can occur on any part of the body and it affects men and women equally. 77% of those affected by psoriasis describe it as a ‘problem’ or ‘significant problem’ impacting their quality of life, which includes missing work and work performance. It has also been linked to depression and anxiety.

Psoriasis is a skin disease in which the skin cells grow faster than normal. This abnormal growth causes a build-up of cells on the surface of the skin. Red, raised patches of skin that are covered with silver-coloured scales form on your skin.

85% of people with psoriasis feel annoyed with their disease and is often the result of their quality of life being affected such as limitations to daily activities.

What are clinical studies?

Ever wondered how effective treatments are discovered? Clinical studies play a big role in the process.

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How do I take part?

We have put together a guide to help you better understand clinical studies and determine whether they are the right option for you.

How do I take part?