Lichen sclerosus is a chronic, inflammatory skin condition that mainly affects genital skin.
There are many uncertainties about lichen sclerosus in men, women and children, due to lack of published high quality evidence. There is a great need for further research into the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of this condition.
To address this, the James Lind Alliance Lichen Sclerosus Priority Setting Partnership (PSP) has been set up to identify and prioritise research questions that are important to people who have lichen sclerosus, the people who care for them, and the health professionals who treat them. You can take part by visiting and completing this survey.
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