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Clinical ComputingLess than two percent of the general population suffers from oral lichen planus, an uncomfortable and chronic condition characterized by lesions that form in the mouth and skin.  It’s not unusual for lichen planus sufferers to know no one else with the disease. 

That’s one reason for the popularity of Texas A&M Health Science Center Baylor College of Dentistry’s online International Oral Lichen Planus Support Group, a web-based support group that brings together sufferers from throughout the world. 

IOLP Support Group Website

The online IOLP Support Group serves as a resource for patients, family members and practitioners.

Red GlobeThe site also features periodic live online webinar discussions that link lichen planus sufferers with faculty in HSC-BCD’s Stomatology Center and guest faculty from other dental schools around the world.

 

For more information, see the IOLP Support Group website.

Live Online Webinars
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Dr. Nancy Burkhart and Dr. Terry Rees will host a session for the International Oral Lichen Planus Support Group here soon. Please keep watching the page for information, or sign up for our announcement mailing list below.

For more information, see the IOLP Support Group website.

Join the IOLP e-mailing list

By joining our announcement mailing list, you will receive periodic announcements concerning the online discussions and webinars, and other information about the group.

Join the International Lichen Planus Self-Help mailing list
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For more information, see the IOLP Support Group website.

About Self Help Groups

  • Dr Nancy W. Burkhart is an adjunct associate professor and educational consultant in the Department of Periodontics Baylor College of Dentistry. BCD is a component of The Texas A&M University System Health Science Center.Self-help groups serve as a central resource for the patients and the practitioners. An established self-help group is concerned with the sharing of current information and the continuation of research efforts.
  • Patients establish a social support system with others who share similar characteristics and concerns.


Please feel free to participate with us in this online process, as well as with others interested in this important topic, by emailing questions or comments to Dr. Nancy W. Burkhart. Or visit the group's website at: www.iolpdallas.org.