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'Inconsistent' NHS psoriasis care

19th February 2008

A report says NHS treatment for people who have psoriasis shows significant variations in care across the country.

A study by the Royal College of Physicians and the British Association of Dermatologists looked at 100 UK dermatology centres. Many did not have specialist nurses, proper facilities or support services. Dr Colin Holden, president of the Association said: "The NHS is failing to provide patients with the level of care they deserve."



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Article Information

Title: 'Inconsistent' NHS psoriasis care
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 5694
Date Added: 19th Feb 2008

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