Gary Lai, chairman of the Hong Kong Psoriasis Patients Association, says patients need more help treating their condition. Photo: Felix Wong Gary Lai, chairman of the Hong Kong Psoriasis Patients Association, says patients need more help treating their condition. Photo: Felix Wong
Gary Lai, chairman of the Hong Kong Psoriasis Patients Association, says patients need more help treating their condition. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong psoriasis patients call on the government to do more to help them access, afford treatments

  • Patients note that the disease affects more than the skin, often leading to heart conditions and mental health issues
  • Access to certain treatments through the public health system is also curtailed, they say

Topic |   Hong Kong health care and hospitals
Gary Lai, chairman of the Hong Kong Psoriasis Patients Association, says patients need more help treating their condition. Photo: Felix Wong Gary Lai, chairman of the Hong Kong Psoriasis Patients Association, says patients need more help treating their condition. Photo: Felix Wong
Gary Lai, chairman of the Hong Kong Psoriasis Patients Association, says patients need more help treating their condition. Photo: Felix Wong
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