Managing psoriasis therefore hinges on customizing a very large number of drugs and a great deal of therapeutic strategies to a particular patient with a view to improving his or her quality of life. Such adjustments cannot be successful without training doctors in the techniques of global management and without giving the patient genuine information, allowing him or her to become a full-part facilitator in the struggle against his or her illness.

In the years ahead, medicine would be wise to confine itself to prescribing more and more efficacious and, let us hope, ever better tolerated drugs. Given time, medicine will increasingly be a health training facility, tailored to each patient and allowing all patients, little by little, to set themselves free from the disability represented by their illness.

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