Most Americans are overweight, and a third are obese. The favorite past time of the great majority of Americans is watching television or surfing the internet or (if they are really "ambitious," doing both at the same time. But not a single user of Skyrizi is anything short of a young, svelte athletic type* who is constantly on the goal with their mountain biking, swimming and overall just being outdoors with friends. Is there a correlation between being healthy and active and having bad skin, or what?
Anyway, in the pursuit of ridding yourself of unslightly rashes more and more Americans with solid gold insurance plans are partaking in this extremely expensive ($30 k per year) series of injections which "may increase risk of infections and Tuberculosis" and maybe you shouldn't take if you "plan to or have recently received a vaccine" (any vaccine? Even for the Illness that Shall Not Be Mentioned? If you haven't received that vaccine and don't "plan to," what are you doing in the doctor's office in the first place? Shouldn't you be ingesting horse de-wormers to rid yourself of that scaly red skin? I bet you don't think the election of 2020 was stolen either!)
The real bottom line, though, is that I really hate this stupid song. "Nothing is everything...I see nothing in a brand new way....I just got saved..." what the actual hell? Get off my television already!
*ok, there is that one fat guy swinging his kid around. He's still being very active. Not one shot of people just enjoying clearer skin while waiting for their McDiabetes at the drive-thru or bingeing on Tiger King?