Kempen Kesedaran Psoriasis 2019


5 hari lagi sehingga kita berjumpa di Wad Dermatologi, Hospital Kuala Lumpur! Marilah kita sama-sama mendengar pandangan pakar kulit dan pakar nutrisi tentang psoriasis dan cara untuk mengawal simptomnya. Kali ini kita akan ada pameran daripada organisasi lain yang membuat sabun dan lotion yang sesuai untuk kulit sensitif. Sokongan anda amat penting supaya kita mempunyai suara yang kuat untuk tingkatkan kesedaran psoriasis di Malaysia! Kita juga akan memberi update tentang “patient survey” yang kita ingin buat untuk tahu secara lanjut beban psoriasis ini terhadap kita, sama ada dari segi emosi, diskriminasi dan lain-lain.

 

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Psoriasis Awareness Talk 21 July 2019


Be the first to know this! The event will take place on 21st July 2019 9am at Dermatology Ward, Level 2 HKL. We promise it will be an interactive session with our Panel Speakers and Members of PAM. Not yet a member? Join us today! Latest PAM registration e-form 2019

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World Psoriasis Day & PAM Family Day 27th October 2018


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The most anticipated yearly event for our Psoriasis Association Malaysia members, family and friends is here! Mark your calendar and join us on 27th October 2018 at Level 2, Dermatology Ward, Hospital Kuala Lumpur for the fun-filled and knowledge enriching session. This event is made possible with the sponsorship from Leo Pharmaceuticals in collaboration with Hospital Kuala Lumpur.

There will be exciting activities for the young ones and family members that ensures a memorable experience for all. Most of all, this event is FREE!

Seats are limited so RSVP via Email to psoriasismalaysia.org@gmail.com or Whatsapp to Eugene +6019-6645494/Sofia +6017-6261111 to reserve a spot today! To be a PAM member, sign up here Latest PAM registration form 2018.

World Psoriasis Day Celebration 27 October 2018 (Saturday)


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Mark your calendar as we will be having our annual celebration! We look forward to all your participation to make this event a success! We will have knowledge sharing from our Consultant Dermatologist and Clinical Psychologist and fun filled activities for family members to enjoy. We will post more information as we confirmed the final details.

Venue: Dermatology Unit, Hospital Kuala Lumpur

Date: 27 October 2018

Timing: 9am-2pm

Psoriasis Awareness Talk-Series 2 (11th Aug 2018)


Thank you for the patience! The Committee has managed to put together a public forum for all psoriasis patients and family members. Learn to manage the condition better with dietary tips by Malacca Hospital Dietitian Ms Tan Woay Yin and testimonials from patients that controlled their own condition for the past 20 years. There will also be a sharing session from female perspective on her journey with this condition. This talk is FOC for all PAM members!

Location is at 2nd floor, Purple Cane Arts Space Jalan Panggong

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Having Psoriasis is Not The End


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Our Secretary to Association, Sofia Lovi Ramasamy sharing her experience to encourage more psoriasis patients to come forward and join our community. You are not alone, we are here for each other. Together we can create more awareness and drive for change in public perception towards our condition. Here is Sofia’s experience.

“I was diagnosed with psoriasis at the age of 12. Being so young, I didn’t understand what it was. It started with extensive dandruff on my scalp. Then I started getting patches on my face and both my upper and lower limbs. It became worse as I got older. I was like a snake going through the shedding process.”

“At one point the lesions covered 70% of my body. Because my immune system was so weak, I started losing my hair. I lost about 10 kgs. I lost mobility. That’s when the arthritis started. It started with my toes. Then my neck started to fuse. My fingers and shoulders were affected as well.”

“In 2014, I was bed ridden for a year. I couldn’t move. I couldn’t feed or bathe myself. I had to rely a lot on my family and it made me feel like I was a burden to them. I couldn’t even contribute to society or to myself. I didn’t see the point of living. That was a really difficult time for me. There were a lot of demons in my head. I had a lot of suicidal thoughts.”

“What pulled me out of the darkness is talking to other patients in the hospital. I spoke to a lot of people. Some of them had terminal illness and only had a few more months to live. I tried to understand what they were going through. It made me feel like my situation wasn’t that bad. It gave me the strength to get well. It gave me a better understanding of my purpose in life.”

“I always involve myself in community building and other social activities. Being able to contribute and be of service is the centre of my life. I want to help create awareness about psoriasis so the public will be less ignorant about the condition. I want to be the voice for other patients who are basically voiceless.”

This article first appeared in True Complexion.