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Psoriasis Educational Seminar in Seattle

Psoriasis is painful and can be disfiguring…even to a pair of slippers.
I had to cut off the tops of my slippers and parts of the sides and front to alleviate pressure on my feet and toes but this post is about hope and education and to announce the Psoriasis Society’s upcoming Educational Event in Seattle. Don’t miss it.

Saturday, March 13, 2010
Seattle, Washington
Hotel Nexus
Room: Cascade Ballroom
2140 N. Northgate Way
Seattle, WA 98133

[Psoriasis is more than skin deep. A genetic disease of the immune system, psoriasis can be associated with other health conditions. Results from recent studies are changing the way we understand psoriasis and bringing new insights to treatment.

Psoriasis: More Than Skin Deep is an educational presentation that will address these issues and provide tools to access the treatment you need.]

Parking: Free hotel parking

Speaker
Bernard Goffe, MD

Schedule and registration information

9-9:30 a.m.—Complimentary breakfast and registration
9:30-11 a.m.—Psoriasis: More Than Skin Deep program
11-11:30 a.m.—Additional information and networking
11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.—Open invitation to attend an informal group presentation about our second annual Walk to Cure Psoriasis in Seattle. Learn why we are raising funds to support research efforts to find a cure and how you can get involved.

Complimentary lunch provided.
For more information, please contact walk@psoriasis.org.
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If you would like more information about an event, please email events@psoriasis.org or call 800.723.9166, ext 402.

If anyone needs a ride or wants to carpool, let me know.
This free event is a wonderful opportunity to learn about the latest research and newest treatments.

More later… Sharon O’Hara

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