....Inflammatory Skin Disease.... Eczema & Psoriasis Conference
Quality of Life Issues
Conference and Round Table Discussions
Ask the Medical Professionals
Sat., Dec. 4, 2021, 10:30-1:00
Eastern Va. Medical School
....For more information:..,
757-223-0795 or [email protected]
THE INFLAMMATORY SKIN DISEASE INSTITUTE RECEIVES NATIONAL RECOGNITION FOR THE EXCELLENCE IN FURTHERING PUBLIC UNDERSTANDING OF DERMATOLOGICAL ISSUES..
How the ISDI Can Help
The ISDI provides patients, physicians and caregivers with useful information about inflammatory skin diseases. Practical information on such topics as treatment options, research trends, and lifestyle issues is very important to individuals with inflammatory skin diseases.
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What The ISDI Provides
- Patient/physician education materials, including pamphlets, new-treatment updates, and informative on-line resources
- Patient advocacy and support, including the opportunity to communicate with other inflammatory skin disease patients
- Support for research of the treatment and management of skin diseases
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ISDI is a not-for-profit 501c(3) that relies heavily on private and corporate donations. Your support allows ISDI to continue our mission of improving the lives of people with inflammatory skin disease. All donations are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law.
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Inflammatory Skin Disease Institute (ISDI)
The ISDI provides helpful information about inflammatory skin diseases through education, research, and patient advocacy.
Who Suffers From Inflammatory Skin Diseases?
Inflammatory skin diseases affect men, women, and children of all ages and races. These diseases can be very distressing, causing great discomfort, emotional stress and feelings of hopelessness. Inflammatory skin diseases are often disfiguring. Patients with skin disease often shy away from meaningful social relationships.
Inflammatory skin disease is a broad category that includes many conditions, ranging in severity from mild itching to serious medical health complications.
These conditions include:
- Eczema — the itch that never goes away
- Acne — overwhelming, especially among teenagers
- Rosacea — chronic skin disorder primarily affecting the central face
- Many others including psoriasis, contact dermatitis, even poison ivy
We urge increased funding for skin disease research, which would provide improved quality of life for millions of people who suffer from skin disease.
Inflammatory skin diseases affect men, women, and children of all ages and races.