Addressing Psoriasis Fashion Show

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Topic Title: Addressing Psoriasis Fashion Show
Created On: 09/04/2009 11:22 AM

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 04/16/2014 12:49 AM

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mandysimpkins

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more than 60% of my skin presented with diffuse and infiltrating skin lesion with red and dark red color. There were lots of squarrulose scales on the surface of the lesions.I was cured of psoriasis and my arthralgia improved significantly. Now I came to revisit with crutches and returned to the appearance of a young man. I talked and laughed, with cheerful spirit. It took 5 courses of treatment to cure me and reinforce the effect.You can visit the website of vitiligotcm for help.

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 03/27/2012 05:56 PM

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Cher777

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Oh my goodness, Melissa, I think this is great! We live in a culture that tends to elevate perceived perfection, but hardly anyone can live up to that ideal. Actually, when all is "said and done," I tend to doubt perfection will be a priority for the majority of us. Our scars or skin abnormalities will be one of the last things on our minds.

Anyway, The Psoriasis Fashion Show is a great way to show students they can have a skin condition and still be attractive. It is also a wonderful way to educate the public.
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 09/04/2009 11:22 AM

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MelissaDAmico

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This week Tim Gunn (Host of Project Runway) hosted the Addressing Psoriasis Fashion Show where eight contest winners (men and women living with plaque psoriasis) got the chance to walk the runway and show off their style in outfits designed for them by fashion school students.   After hearing about this, I thought it was such a great way to raise awareness about Psoriasis and help the millions of people who live with the condition see that they do not need to hide beneath their clothing. You do not need to sacrifice showing off your own personal style just because you have psoriasis (or any condition or scarring that may affect your skin, for that matter).   Psoriais is a condition that affects nearly 7 million people in the United States.   To see pictures and video from the event, or to learn more about Addressing Psoriasis, visit their Web site Here.
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