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We drive dermatology, we care

We focus on drugs and therapies for the treatment of psoriasis, eczema, acne and skin infections – conditions that can cause serious physical and social discomfort for millions of patients around the world.

Within dermatology our focus areas lie in psoriasis, atopic eczema & acne.


Our mission is to help people achieve healthy skin and so improve the quality of life for those affected by skin disease. Did you know that psoriasis currently affects 1 in 50 people? Studies show that only half of those with psoriasis receive satisfactory treatment. We are working to change this.


We start by listening. All the diseases we work with create physical and mental discomfort, so before we can develop treatments and solutions to help people live a better life, we must understand what it is like to live with a disease such as psoriasis.


We push the limits of medical dermatology to understand patients, skin and dermatological diseases better than anyone else to pave the way towards precision medicine, prevention and eventually curing skin diseases . To do this we have R&D specialists positioned around the globe to discover and develop innovative solutions within medical dermatology for people living with a skin disease.


For Healthcare Professionals

You can read more about Dermatology on our DermaWorld site. 
If you are resident in Denmark, please contact us at for access
If you are resident in Finland, use this link for access
If you are resident in Norway, use this link for access
If you are resident in Sweden, use this link for access


For the general public

You can read more about Psoriasis here

Advancing the care of patients with Thrombosis


Thrombosis refers to abnormal, potentially life-threatening, blood clots that form in an artery or vein. A clot in the vein (usually in the leg or pelvis) is known as a Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) and a clot that breaks off and travels to the lungs is known as a Pulmonary Embolism (PE). Together, DVT and PE make up Venous Thrombo Embolism (VTE).


Blood clots do not discriminate. They affect people of all ages, races and ethnicities, and occur in both men and women. Certain factors and situations can increase the risk of developing life-threatening blood clots such as cancer, cancer treatment, major surgery, inactivity, pregnancy or genetic disposition. If you experience one of these, do not hesitate to ask your healthcare team about your risk of blood clots and which symptoms to look out for.


Blood clots are often treated with heparins- anti-coagulants that occur naturally in our body.


For Healthcare Professionals


If you are resident in Sweden, you can read more about Thrombosis on our local websites and


For the general public


You can read more about Thrombosis here (site is in Danish)