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Welcome to the Psoriasis Help Organisation, otherwise known as PHO. This is a web site dedicated to helping people suffering from the Chronic Skin Disease Psoriasis. This site contains information about Treatments, Handy Tips for living with the Psoriasis and other topics. This is a privately owned site (not a charity), run and administered by psoriasis sufferers, for psoriasis sufferers.

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Yesterday at 06:36:13 PM by misskegs
Views: 940 | Comments: 4

Has anyone noticed a difference in their P between using Non Bio and Bio washing detergent.  I've always used Non Bio and so has my Mum but I'm struggling to get stains out of kids school clothes and been advised Bio would help. Don't want up switch and find it irritates P.
Grizzly Bear
October 23, 2014, 08:25:44 PM by Grizzly Bear
Views: 333 | Comments: 4

Does anyone on here live in the sticks & have to travel a long way to hospital for PUVA treatment ?

I have been told the nearest PUVA / UVB for me is Taunton, Bridgewater or Exeter.

To me it seems crackers to drive miles for a few seconds in the light, although i know it helps my P.

It costs me fortune in fuel to get to these hospitals & i'm not one of our honorable MP's whom can claim it all on expenses.

Just wondered if anyone has a similar problem that's all ?

October 23, 2014, 08:10:25 PM by Sue | Views: 289 | Comments: 5

There are a couple of really positive posts regarding this on the Inspire forum.  Anyone on here trying/tried this?
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