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    • Warning: Do not apply to wounds, or eyes. If you are sensitive to any component of the product stop using it immediately.
    • How to Use: K oxiderm must be applied thinly twice a day, morning and evening, after cleansing the skin. Gently massage into skin until the gel is absorbed. K oxiderm is recommended for 10 to 15 days as preparatory skin care before and after surgical and medical cosmetic procedure. K oxiderm must be applied before all other beauty or cosmetic skin care products and can be used as a base for those preparations.
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    • Speed up skin healing and reduce bruising and swelling and dark under eye circles. • Help to reduce redness , spider veins , rosacea, purpura, etc. Vitamin K oxide minimizes bruises appearance. • Vitamin K support capillary health and encourage rapid fading and healing of bruises.
    • This is a 2ND generation post P/S care cream maximizing the efficacy and stability of K1 oxide, nano - liposome technology and special hydrogenated lecithin with whose purity is more than 98 %. .

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Treating to Target in Psoriatic Arthritis

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Full Analysis Of P2/3 Psoriasis Data Boosts Can-Fite Shares (CANF)

Quantification of psoriasis treatment efficacy is done through the use of the Psoriasis Area and Severity Index (PASI). The PASI is a composite score that takes into account the average redness, thickness, and scaliness of the psoriatic lesions (each

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"Made in Michigan" Times Three: First Trials Begin for Drug Developed at U-M ...

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Antares Pharma Regains US Marketing Rights to OTREXUP for Psoriasis ...

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IL-23 guselkumab significantly improves symptoms in psoriatic arthritis

, The study shows that guselkumab significantly outperformed placebo in terms of American College of Rheumatology (ACR) 20 response at week 24, as well as several secondary outcomes related to bones, joints and quality of life out to nearly a year.

"This is the first published study of an IL-23-blocking drug, which offers a novel mechanism of action, in psoriatic arthritis," said lead investigator Atul Deodhar, M.D., of the Oregon Health & Science University in Portland, Ore. Guselkumab seems to improve all manifestations of psoriatic disease, including skin, joint and enthesial involvement, along with dactylitis, he added. "The other exciting part is the significant improvement in patients' functioning, which is not surprising because patients' pain, swelling and skin improved."

Investigators randomized 100 patients to subcutaneous guselkumab 100 mg and 49 to placebo at weeks zero, four, and every eight weeks thereafter for 24 weeks. Investigators switched patients who experienced less than 5 percent improvement in swollen and tender joint counts at week 16 to ustekinumab. This group included 10 percent of guselkumab-treated patients and 35 percent of placebo-treated patients. At week 24, the remaining placebo-treated patients (59 percent) crossed over to guselkumab 100 mg at weeks 24, 28, 36 and 44. Patients who started with guselkumab received one placebo injection at week 24, followed by guselkumab at the remaining time points.

Hi, has anyone tried the Raptiva injection or Enbrel injection for Psoriasis?

If so how did they find it? Did you have any nasty side-effects? I'm really sick of it, tried loads of treatments......


I take the Raptiva injection every week. There are side effects, but I've been on it for six weeks and have had WONDERFUL success. I had large thick lesions of psoriasis. Every one of them is drastically improving. I no longer scale (yuuuckk) Raptiva


I take the Raptiva injection every week. There are side effects, but I've been on it for six weeks and have had WONDERFUL success. I had large thick lesions of psoriasis. Every one of them is drastically improving. I no longer scale (yuuuckk) Raptiva

Has anyone had Amevive or Enbrel treatments for psoriasis?

I have been given the option of taking Amevive or Enbrel for psoriasis by my doctor. I have heard all the information (side effects, and such) and I would really like to hear from people that have actually used it ....how it worked for them and so on.


I am exploring the same possibility. My mom takes enbrel for arthritis and when she explained to me how th drug worked I said, that sounds like it would work on psoriasis! She told me that the little bit she had on her leg and elbows had dissappeared


I am exploring the same possibility. My mom takes enbrel for arthritis and when she explained to me how th drug worked I said, that sounds like it would work on psoriasis! She told me that the little bit she had on her leg and elbows had dissappeared