Historically, racial and ethnic minorities in the United States have lived with long-term disparities in both access to health care and the quality of care that they receive. These differences are improving thanks to laws like the Affordable Care Act. Still, some minority groups have higher rates of illness and death from many health conditions than white people. And they’re still more likely to face prejudice and other barriers to health care.

These differences in care also include treatment for plaque psoriasis, a skin disease that causes an itchy, scaly rash. Research shows racial minorities see a doctor less often for the condition…


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