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YEARS

2015-2015

ABSTRACT

Psoriasis currently has no cure. Whilst new therapies manage severe psoriasis well mild-moderate conditions have evidence of poor management. Chinese medicine regularly treats psoriasis successfully in a clinical scenario. This study will test a previously researched herbal formula and evaluate its efficacy when integrated with standard conventional therapy (calcipotriol). The study will randomize participants to either a herbal medicine plus calcipotriol group or a placebo plus calcipotriol group and compare changes in symptom severity, quality of life and blood markers for changes after 12 weeks of the intervention. It will also assess the safety of integrating the two therapies and acceptability of the treatment as well as assess any significant difference between health resource utilization of the two groups. More... »

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