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People Living with Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis Dissatisfied with Current Treatment

The intensity and severity of flares experienced by people living with plaque psoriasis (Pso) and psoriatic arthritis (PsA) may not be getting the attention they deserve as evidenced by the latest results of Health Union’s Psoriasis In America and Psoriatic Arthritis In America 2018 surveys.

Expanding Patient Voices and Understanding Their Perspectives

WHITEPAPER DOWNLOAD: Patient Experience in Clinical Trials

Download the whitepaper, “Patient Experience in Clinical Trials,” which analyzes differences in the perceptions of those who have participated in a clinical trial in the last five years to those participants prior to 2013, and how to dispel the myths that exist in the industry by looking through a true patient-centric lens.

People with COPD want more from their doctors: Here’s what they say

Debilitating. Frustrating. Devastating. When asked to describe their condition in one word, COPD patients’ choice of words reveals struggle, fear, misery, and helplessness in Health Union’s COPD In America 2018 survey.

Differences in DMT treatment experiences among people with MS: Here’s what patients say

For many people living with multiple sclerosis (MS), treatment decisions can often be nuanced and complicated. In April of 2018, the American Academy of Neurology (AAN) released new guidelines about when to begin, change, and end disease-modifying therapies (DMTs) for MS patients. MS In America 2018 results may help the healthcare industry gain a broader understanding of people’s experiences, or lack thereof, with DMTs and other MS treatment options.