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Long-term efficacy of deucravacitinib

Sep 11, 2023

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Long-term efficacy of deucravacitinib

During the 25th World Congress of Dermatology 2023, the Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis Hub was pleased to speak with Mark Lebwohl, Mount Sinai, New York, U.S. We asked about the long-term efficacy of deucravacitinib.

Lebwohl discusses the data at 112 weeks of continuous deucravacitinib treatment. He also mentions how, by blocking tyrosine kinase 2, deucravacitinib differs from standard therapies, maintaining a high level of efficacy over time.


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