PRP Alliance

Month: October 2017

PRP Alliance to Update 2013 Biopsy Poll

From the Editors: During the summer of 2013, a total of 487 PRP patients were polled by email and given an opportunity to participate in a first-of-its-kind PRP Biopsy Poll. Remarkably, within a 3-week period, a total of 256 invitees (52.6%) shared their biopsy experiences and/or recollections.The primary objective of the PRP Biopsy Poll was to better understand …

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Why Donate Now?

Let’s start with a little history. When James Shooter was admitted to St. Bartholomew’s Hospital in London, England in 1828, he unwittingly became the world’s first recorded patient with what the medical community would eventually call pityriasis rubra pilaris. Fast forward 169 years. The PRP community has only been around since late 1997 when a …

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PRP Worldwide Census — Sharing Your Journey

Sharing data: Are you a skeptic? Updated: January 30, 2020. Most PRP patients/caregivers appreciate the importance of sharing data to help PRP researchers better understand pityriasis rubra pilaris. Because your information is personal and private, it is important that we safeguard any data you share. We hope that our data collection methodology encourages your enthusiastic participation in the upcoming PRP Worldwide Census. Confidential Data — While …

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