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Psoriasis & Autoimmune Skin Center

Autoimmune skin diseases sometimes pose a serious health threat and may cause symptoms such as skin blisters or rashes. Psoriasis is a common skin disorder characterized by patches of raised, inflamed lesions. Conditions such as epidermolysis bullosa may range from very mild to potentially life-threatening while diseases such as scleroderma are potentially disfiguring.

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Psoriasis is a red, itchy, scaly rash that is often painful and even embarrassing. It can be on your arms, your legs or the palms of your hands. Learn how to cope with psoriasis and ease uncomfortable symptoms.


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