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Up to 30 percent of people who have psoriasis develop psoriatic arthritis. Here’s why diagnosing psoriatic arthritis early is key, and what symptoms to watch for.
Over the past several decades a better understanding of psoriatic arthritis and new medications have had a major impact on relieving pain for those who suffer from it. But unfortunately, less attention has been paid to some of the other conditions that often accompany psoriatic arthritis. If you have this form of arthritis and are … Read More
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