People with severe psoriasis are nearly twice as likely to develop diabetes, a new analysis shows.
“Our investigation found a clear association between psoriasis and diabetes,” says April Armstrong, assistant professor of dermatology at the University of California, Davis.
“Patients with psoriasis and their physicians need to be aware of the increased risk of developing diabetes so that patients can be screened regularly and benefit from early treatment.”
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