Archive for May, 2008

Recent Rosacea Blog Posts

Combining Azithromycin with Protopic (tacrolimus) topical

This paper details a somewhat exotic combination therapy: oral azithromycin and topical tacrolimus. It offers an alternative to the more common doxycycline + metrogel combination. The authors mention that this is not a first line therapy; “a combination of oral azithromycin and 0.1% tacrolimus ointment was used in the current case as an alternative therapy […]

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In November 2006 I blogged about taking part in some research at Murdoch University investigating the relationship between stress and the flushing of rosacea. Recently the researcher, Daphne Su, has thanked the trial participants by circulating a summary document. The research has been written up as a thesis so this summary was a short description […]

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TP has posted an update to her Low Level Light Therapy- an overview thread at the Rosacea Support Forum. This recent update is from a document called Cellular Mechanisms of Low-Power Laser Therapy. Thanks for the update TP. This thread is worth a read for those interested in Low Level Light Therapy (LLLT) such as […]

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Marketing company seeks interviews in Houston, TX

Schlesinger Associates are looking for rosacea patients on Friday June 13 2008, to attend an interview for an hour at their Galleria Area location in Houston TX. Their address is 1455 West Loop South, Suite 500.   For more details contact Victoria 713-830-9940 or see the attached PDF: schlesinger-rosacea-patients.

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Google Health Launches, rosacea is included as a condition

Google has been talking for a while about their push into health services. One of their stated features of Google Health is "Learn about health issues and find helpful resources: Review trusted information on diseases and conditions and learn about possible medication interactions and other topics to talk your doctors about." As part of their […]

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