hyperhidrosis wall

The wall we built together at the Hyperhidrosis PFDD.
It tells the story of our struggles with hyperhidrosis and why we need more treatment options.
(Image credit: Ron Adelberg and Level A Productions and used with permission from IHhS)

If you were unable to attend the Patient-Focused Drug Development (PFDD) Meeting on Hyperhidrosis, I have good news for you!

  1. You can watch the PFDD webcast in its entirety and view photos from the event at the top of the page.
  2. You can make your voice heard by submitting your PFDD comments via email. Use the subject line “PFDD Comments” so that the International Hyperhidrosis Society (IHhS) can easily curate them. Comment deadline is January 13, 2018.

The webcast is about three hours long. I encourage you to watch the whole thing to get the full impact of what people with hyperhidrosis go through on a daily basis. There are some powerful stories shared from both the impact and treatment panels. I’m so proud of my fellow sweaty friends for their courage to get up on that stage and tell their stories. Equally important is the research presented by the IHhS dermatologists who work tirelessly day in and day out to help us find solutions for excessive sweating.

You can find me on the webcast about an hour into the footage. I was the first to speak on the impact panel. Thank you again to the IHhS for inviting me to be a featured panelist speaker. I’ll be writing more soon about my reflections on the meeting. Until then,

make your sweaty voice heard.

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Image Credit: Ron Adelberg and Level A Productions and used with permission from IHhS