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Date of preparation: September 2021 | IE-P-CZ-axSpA-2100061

A series of 4 videos discussing;

  • Pre-conception
  • Pregnancy
  • Postnatal
  • In a virtual world - COVID-19

Presented by:
Professor Catherine Nelson-Piercy, Dr Elise Kleyn and Dr Maria Mouyis

Personalising treatment for her

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Date of preparation: October 2021 | GB-P-BK-2100108

A series of 3 modules.

  • LEARN the importance of the IL-17 family of cytokines in the pathogenesis of psoriasis
  • DISCOVER the possibilities with BIMZELX®
  • HEAR from those who have received this innovative treatment and the dermatologists who have used it
  • HEAR how the expert faculty of dermatologists and nurses are bringing BIMZELX® into their clinics

Presented by:
Professor Richard Warren, Dr Kave Shams, Lucy Moorhead, Professor Anthony Bewley, Dr Amy Foulkes,
Dr Laura Savage

Psoriasis Redefined Webinar Series

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Focused case study based learning modules.

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Date of preparation: November 2022