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Expert Insights into Emerging Topical Psoriasis Treatments

Opinion
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Leon Kircik, MD, emphasizes the combined use of emerging topical treatments with systemic or biologic medications and the impact of the treatment vehicle on penetration. He also discusses the potential for longer use of steroidal options by reducing active product quantities through better penetrating vehicles and highlights the potential heightened efficacy of newer topical treatments and the gaps they may fill in the management of this condition.

Panelists:

Linda Stein-Gold, MD

Henry Ford Health

Detroit, Michigan

Mona Shahriari, MD

Yale University

New Haven, Connecticut

Micheal Cameron, MD, FAAD

Cameron Dermatology

New York, New York

Leon Kircik, MD

DermResearch, PLLC

Louisville, Kentucky

George Han, MD

Hofstra University

Long Island, New York

Program Description:

Experts in the management of skin conditions discuss the latest developments in plaque psoriasis management, covering emerging oral therapies, novel topical treatments, and advancements in biologic therapy. The discussion provides practical insights for healthcare professionals to integrate these innovations into daily clinical practice for optimal patient outcomes. Additionally, the panel addresses the strategic placement of emerging therapies within current treatment guidelines, ensuring participants stay informed about the evolving landscape of psoriasis care.

Segment Description:

Leon Kircik, MD, emphasizes the combined use of emerging topical treatments with systemic or biologic medications and the impact of the treatment vehicle on penetration. He also discusses the potential for longer use of steroidal options by reducing active product quantities through better penetrating vehicles and highlights the potential heightened efficacy of newer topical treatments and the gaps they may fill in the management of this condition.

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