PRP Alliance

Month: May 2018

Joint PRP Study Announced

HOLD FOR RELEASE Pityriasis rubra pilaris (PRP) is a rare skin disease of unknown etiology, which medically is often difficult to treat. For a patient with PRP, the disease can completely alter one’s ability to work and attend school. Quality of life is often greatly reduced, and many patients experience profound psychological impact due to …

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How do I find my type?

Editor’s Note: Before we start — have you completed your PRP Patient Profile yet? Go directly to: https://conta.cc/2IOBEUA or learn why your PRP patient profile is so important.   There have been two recent questions, each embedded in an unrelated post. PRP Facebookers: Leith W (Queensland, Australia) and Marilyn C (Irvington, AL) asked: How do I find …

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