GPP is a rare, chronic, systemic, autoimmune disease which is potentially life threatening if left untreated. It is characterized by flares which appear in the form of a widespread eruption of painful pustules over large areas of the body, along with redness, severe itch, and dry, cracked, or scaly skin. It can be accompanied by more general symptoms, such as fever, headache, extreme tiredness or a burning sensation on the skin. To learn more about GPP read more (link to GPP infographic) or visit GPPandME and GPPWalksIn. Below you will find resources to learn more about GPP. 

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