Puerto Rican professionals and patients will be champions of the media agenda around the management of this skin condition.
October 28, 2022 | | reading time: 3 minutes
Left to right: Nelson Gonzalez, arthritis and psoriasis patient, Dra. Paloma Alejandro, rheumatologist, Dr. Luis Espinosa, dermatologist, Dra Marley Santiago, dermatologist, Danilo Beauchamp, comedian and producer, Dra. Dr. Marilye Sierra, endocrinologist, Dr. Anardi Augusto, Pediatric Allergist. Photo: Journal of Medicine and Public Health. Ricardo Lugo.
October 29 is the International Day of psoriasisIt is a date to raise awareness and educate the population about this inflammatory and autoimmune disease that 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 leatherwhere leading specialists in rheumatology, dermatology, immunology and endocrinology will address everything related to the management of the various skin diseases affecting the Puerto Rican population.
In addition, patients, doctors and society in general will be able to receive information about various conditions leather Such as hidradenitis suppurativa, atopic dermatitis, alopecia areata, and carcinoma leather.
The professionals who make up the event are called “protect leatherFrom research to treatment, from Central University facilities in the Caribbean, are:
Dr. Samuel Sanchez, president of the Puerto Rican Dermatological Society.
Dr. Marley Santiago, MD, is a dermatologist and member of the Puerto Rican Dermatological Society.
Dr. Jose Gonzalez Chavez is a dermatologist and researcher at the Medical Sciences Campus.
Dr. Anardi Agosto, president of the Puerto Rican Association of Allergists.
Dr. Enida de la Torre, dermatologist and assistant professor at Central University of the Caribbean.
Dr. Luis Ortiz Espinosa, MD, dermatologist and medical director at Nova Derm Puerto Rico.
Dr. Paloma Alejandro, MD, a rheumatologist at the Soto Rice Medical and Rheumatological Research Group.
In addition, the event will feature a special participation from Danilo Beauchamp, producer, comedian and patient psoriasis en plaque, who demonstrated his condition and seeks to raise awareness about the importance of early diagnosis and clarified treatment of the disease.
It is worth noting that the meeting will be broadcast on the digital platforms of the Journal of Specialized Medicine, and patients will be able to access educational content about the diagnosis, symptoms and treatment of the disease. psoriasiswhich will be broadcast during the day.
Find out what programming will take place on October 29th.
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