Kim Kardashian’s Psoriasis Causes Heart Attacks Cancer Arthritis
by Karen Fish
Last night on ‘Keeping up with the Kardashians’ Kim Kardashian visited Dr. Harold Lancer at LanceRx Dermatology in Beverly Hills. Dr. Harold Lancer is a graduate of the Harvard Medical School. Kim Kardashian developed a rash of red flaky dots on her legs a week earlier.
Dr. Harold Lancer examines Kim Kardashian in his lavish office. Kim Kardashian says to Dr. Lancer “Khloe thinks I have ringworm.” Dr. Lancer says “Khloe went to medical school I’m sure. Kim it’s not ringworm, it’s psoriasis.” Kim Kardashian responds, scratching her itchy legs, “Psoriasis? I cannot have psoriasis.” Dr. Harold Lancer says “It may not be curable but it is controllable.”
Kim Kardashian says “Not curable?! My career is doing ad campaigns and swim suit photoshoots. People don’t understand the pressure on me to look perfect. When I gain a pound it’s in the headlines. Imagine what the tabloids would do to me if they saw all these spots. I’m not going to get it on my face am I?” Dr. Harold Lancer gives Kim Kardashian a crestfallen look, takes off his glasses slowly and doesn’t answer. Dr. Lancer says, “Seetheart the number one way you can help yourself is to lead a slower paced life.” Kim Kardashian responds “That’s just not possible.”
Dr. Harold Lancer did not want to upset Kim Kardashian by telling her that her newly developed psoriasis could spread to her face. What Dr. Lancer also did not tell Kim Kardashian is that according to this WebMD.com video, 'Psoriasis: Not Just a Skin Disease', psoriasis also increases Kim Kardashian’s chances of getting heart attacks, strokes, skin cancer, lymphoma, chrohn’s disease and psoriatic arthritis.