Psoriatic arthritis is part of a group of autoimmune conditions, known collectively as ‘psoriatic disease’, that affects the skin and joints. This means that the body’s immune system, which normally protects us against foreign bodies such as bacteria, mistakenly attacks healthy tissue in the body – in this instance, the joints. We explore the science behind the condition.
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