THELAST PLAQUE

What happens when the world is finally free from plaque psoriasis?

UNTIL THERE IS A CURE FOR PSORIASIS, THERE'S STILL A LOT OF WORK TO DO

Psoriasis doesn't discriminate—with a heavy emotional toll, it gets under everyone’s skin equally. Explore the narratives below to understand the film—and the burden of psoriasis—on a deeper level.

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What does The Last Plaque mean to you?

On social media, tell us what would it be like for you to live without psoriasis. Include #TheLastPlaque and your post could be featured here.

(Posts/quotes below are inspired by real patients.)

"When I think about #TheLastPlaque, I think about more than healing my skin, more than healing myself on the outside...I think about healing on the inside, too."

Photo by Dorrell Tibbs on Unsplash

"Everyone thinks it's just about my skin. It's about so much more. The pain. The flare-ups. The embarrassment. The stares. I just want to feel normal. #TheLastPlaque can't happen soon enough."

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"Right now, my plans are never up to me—they're up to my psoriasis. How will I look? How will I feel? What can I wear? For me, #TheLastPlaque means the first day of being in charge of my own life again."

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"I'm so over social media influencers targeting me and telling me that drinking their magic tea will cure my serious autoimmune disease. I'm ready for #TheLastPlaque so I can be done with psoriasis AND them!"

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"I'm grateful that I'm not living with psoriasis in the 1800s. But we're still being plagued by plaques! #TheLastPlaque will happen one day, I know it. We just have to keep pushing and talking and researching."

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