Archive for June, 2015

Recent Rosacea Blog Posts

3% Topical Tranexamic Acid Helps Rosacea (Lysine)

This article details some modest benefits to rosacea symptoms experienced by users of 3% topical tranexamic acid. Trialists of the active topical experienced an improvement in stratum corneum function and in “clinical signs and symptoms of rosacea”. The authors further detail a suggested pathway of how tranexaminc acid benfits rosacea. See the full text link […]

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Compensatory Flushing with Mirvaso: JAMA Dermatology

LEFT: Patient at initial clinic visit after 7 months of brimonidine treatment showing compensatory vasodilation and flushing in untreated areas of right lateral cheek and chest. RIGHT: Patient 1 week after cessation of brimonidine treatment showing marked improvement in compensatory vasodilation and flushing. A brief observation published in the Journal of American Medical Association Dermatology […]

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Promius files NDA for modified release tetracycline Zenavod (DFD-09)

Promius Pha rma, a subsidiary of Dr. Reddy’s Laboratory has filed a New Drug Application for a modified release tetracycline for the treatment of rosacea. Promius is calling their new drug DFD-09. Promius Pharma is probably best know to rosacea sufferers via the availability of Promiseb Topical Cream in the US. Promiseb, a treatment for […]

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Galderma defending against Actavis Generic Mirvaso

Following on from the large trial announcement by Actavis last year, Galderma has started a suit against Actavis to prevent the sale of Generic Mirvaso. Actavis has filed an abbreviated new drug application with the FDA. Galderma is seeking to use a series of patents to block Actavis from marketing their Brimonidine Topical Gel, 0.33%. […]

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Soolantra Availability Across Europe (Vastreka in Italy)

As announced in March, Soolantra has been approved for sale in Europe. The official prescribing information for Soolantra in the EEA has been published. The names are all pretty obvious – making it clear why Galderma would invent a new name for their product. The only exception is that Soolantra will be known as Vastreka […]

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