Introduction: The therapeutic armamentarium for the treatment of psoriasis, a chronic inflammatory skin disease, is now reasonably broad and structured, with several therapeutic agents that demonstrated a successful long-term control of this condition. However, there are still unfulfilled gaps resulting from the inherent limitations of existing therapies, which have paved the way for the identification of new therapeutic strategies or the improvement of the existing ones. Areas covered: The aim of this review is to thoroughly explore new therapeutic strategies and novel drugs that are currently in the pipeline for the treatment of psoriasis, focusing primarily on agents that are currently in phase I/II of clinical development. Some of which retrace already existing therapeutic approaches, such as the IL23/Th17 pathway inhibition, while others unveil new and yet unexplored ones. Expert opinion: Since the therapeutic landscape of psoriasis is wide, it is not yet clear whether novel agents will fill the remaining gaps in the context of a broader and more diversified set of oral and biologic therapies. Nevertheless, with the development of precision medicine approaches, the development of innovative targeted drugs will still have a therapeutic rationale in psoriasis.

Calabrese, L., Malvaso, D., Antonelli, F., Mannino, M., Peris, K., Chiricozzi, A., Investigational systemic drugs for moderate to severe plaque psoriasis: What's new?, <<EXPERT OPINION ON INVESTIGATIONAL DRUGS>>, 2023; (N/A): 1-15. [doi:10.1080/13543784.2023.2184684] [https://hdl.handle.net/10807/229025]

Investigational systemic drugs for moderate to severe plaque psoriasis: What's new?

Calabrese, Laura;Malvaso, Dalma;Antonelli, Flaminia;Mannino, Maria;Peris, Ketty;Chiricozzi, Andrea
2023

Abstract

Introduction: The therapeutic armamentarium for the treatment of psoriasis, a chronic inflammatory skin disease, is now reasonably broad and structured, with several therapeutic agents that demonstrated a successful long-term control of this condition. However, there are still unfulfilled gaps resulting from the inherent limitations of existing therapies, which have paved the way for the identification of new therapeutic strategies or the improvement of the existing ones. Areas covered: The aim of this review is to thoroughly explore new therapeutic strategies and novel drugs that are currently in the pipeline for the treatment of psoriasis, focusing primarily on agents that are currently in phase I/II of clinical development. Some of which retrace already existing therapeutic approaches, such as the IL23/Th17 pathway inhibition, while others unveil new and yet unexplored ones. Expert opinion: Since the therapeutic landscape of psoriasis is wide, it is not yet clear whether novel agents will fill the remaining gaps in the context of a broader and more diversified set of oral and biologic therapies. Nevertheless, with the development of precision medicine approaches, the development of innovative targeted drugs will still have a therapeutic rationale in psoriasis.
2023
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Calabrese, L., Malvaso, D., Antonelli, F., Mannino, M., Peris, K., Chiricozzi, A., Investigational systemic drugs for moderate to severe plaque psoriasis: What's new?, <<EXPERT OPINION ON INVESTIGATIONAL DRUGS>>, 2023; (N/A): 1-15. [doi:10.1080/13543784.2023.2184684] [https://hdl.handle.net/10807/229025]
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