Protect your skin is coming, a special MSP program for World Psoriasis Day

Specialists and patients from Puerto Rico will be the protagonists of an informative program on the treatment of this skin condition.

Louis Ochoa

October 28, 2022 | | Time to read: 3 min

From left to right: Nelson González, arthritis and psoriasis patient, Dr. Paloma Alejandro, rheumatologist, Dr. Luis Espinosa, dermatologist, Dr. Marely Santiago, dermatologist, Danilo Beauchamp, comedian and producer, Dr. Eneida de la Torre, dermatologist and Dr. Mariely Sierra, endocrinologist, Dr. Anardi Agosto, pediatric allergist. Photo: Journal of Medicine and Public Health. Ricardo Lugo.

This October 29 is World Day Psoriasisthe date of raising awareness and educating the population about this inflammatory and autoimmune disease, which affects 3% of the world’s population.

In this sense, the Journal of Medicine and Public Health, in alliance with various health organizations in Puerto Rico, will lead an important meeting dedicated to patients with psoriasis and other conditions in skinin which leading specialists in rheumatology, dermatology, immunology and endocrinology will address everything related to the management of the various dermatological conditions affecting the population of Puerto Rico.

In addition, patients, doctors and the community in general will be able to get information about different disease states skin such as hidradenitis suppurativa, atopic dermatitis, alopecia areata and cancer skin.

Experts who design the event called ´Protect your Skin: from research to treatment’, from the facilities of the Central University of the Caribbean, are:

dr. Samuel Sánchez, president of the Dermatological Society of Puerto Rico.

dr. Marely Santiago, dermatologist and member of the Dermatological Society of Puerto Rico.

dr. José González Chávez, dermatologist and researcher at the Medical Campus.

Dr. Anardi Agosto, President of the Puerto Rican Association of Allergists.

dr. Eneida de la Torre, dermatologist and assistant professor at the Central University of the Caribbean.

dr. Luis Ortiz Espinosa, dermatologist and medical director of Nova Derm Puerto Rico.

dr. Paloma Alejandro, rheumatologist at Soto-Raíces Mindful Rheumatix & Medical Research Group.

Photo: Journal of Medicine and Public Health.

Photo: Journal of Medicine and Public Health.

Photo: Journal of Medicine and Public Health.

In addition, Danilo Beauchamp, producer, comedian and patient, will take part in the event psoriasis en plaque, who made his condition visible and strives to raise awareness of the importance of early diagnosis and indicated treatment of the disease.

It is worth mentioning that the meeting will be broadcast via the digital platforms of a specialized medical journal, and patients will be able to access educational content on the diagnosis, symptoms and treatment of the disease. psoriasiswhich will be broadcast during the day.

Find out more about the program that will take place on October 29.

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