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Disclosure: This is a website provided by AbbVie for sharing information about living with Hidradenitis Suppurativa (HS), a chronic inflammatory skin condition. This page is intended for US residents aged 18 and older only. Some of the content contained on this section of the site comes from members of the public or third parties and does not necessarily reflect the views of AbbVie, and no endorsement or approval of their content should be implied. Users will not be able to communicate directly with one another via this page.
AbbVie encourages HS sufferers and their advocates to share the story of their own journeys with HS via the submission form on this website. This content may then be published to various NoBSaboutHS channels or others to view and share. Due to the nature of the regulated industry under which this site is governed, any content shared will be subject to the following guidelines:
By submitting content to this web page, you are releasing your content – photos and text inclusive – in full or in part – for use on all NoBSaboutHS channels. If we would like to feature your content on any other channel, you will be contacted.
AbbVie reserves the right not to post content that is considered inappropriate, off-topic, abusive, or that is used to promote and solicit for third-party sites, initiatives, or products. All content will be reviewed and may not be posted if deemed inappropriate or inconsistent with the intended use of this site. AbbVie reserves the right to edit or excerpt submissions in its sole discretion to ensure posted content complies with the Community Guidelines and intended use of this site.
Agreement with Terms: By submitting content, I agree that I have reviewed and understand the Submission Guidelines, that I am at least 18 years of age and am legally able to enter into this agreement, and that I own all rights to the content submitted.
Adverse Events (“AEs”) Any adverse events or side effects mentioned within submissions will be addressed according to FDA regulations. Potential side effects of prescription drugs can and should be reported to the FDA. Visit www.fda.gov/medwatch or call 1-800-FDA-1088.