It's time to get serious.
Speak up and speak out about treatment for psoriasis.
FACT: Psoriasis impacts an
estimated 1 MILLION Canadians.
of people with psoriasis report that psoriasis is a problem in daily life.
is the average patient wait time for access to dermatological care.
of psoriasis patients may suffer from depression.
Having psoriasis may increase the risk of developing other chronic systemic diseases, including heart attack, stroke, diabetes, cancer and liver disease.
Speak up today on the real life impacts of life with psoriasis.
In 2014, the Canadian healthcare system received a failing grade in access to three things psoriasis patients need to thrive: access to dermatologists, phototherapy, and a range of treatment options. Unfortunately, this has left patients frustrated and without hope for a more fulfilling life.
Coming Soon: The October 2018 Psoriasis Report Card will show whether progress has been made, and where improvements are still needed in order to improve patient outcomes.
The Canadian Association of Psoriasis Patients (CAPP) today launched a digital media campaign that highlights the barriers to treatment for Canadian psoriasis patients.
The Canadian Association of Psoriasis Patients was formed to better serve the needs of psoriasis patients across the country. We work in partnership with the Canadian Skin Patient Alliance to improve the quality of life for all Canadian psoriasis patients.