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Recent Rosacea Blog Posts

Back in August 2006, via Rosacea News item Sydney: Study Participants Needed we appealed for people in Sydney to suffer from rosacea to be a part of a study. The study is looking for people who suffer from any of the following ;   Frequent flushing or permanent redness on the cheeks, nose chin or forehead […]

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Finacea is officially prescribed to be used twice per day. A new Clinical Trial is underway to compare the the application of Finacea twice a day and once per day. A Multicenter Trial to Assess the Efficacy and Safety of a Topical Medication for Papulopustular Rosacea Applied Twice Daily Versus Once Daily The trial is […]

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A recently published paper Oral zinc sulfate in the treatment of rosacea: a double-blind, placebo-controlled study, (Int J Dermatol. 2006 Jul;45(7):857-61) concluded that “Zinc sulfate was found to be a good option in the treatment of rosacea, as it was safe, effective and lacking important side-effects.” (Interestingly, this trial was from patients who attended the outpatient Clinic of Dermatology and […]

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This is a slightly different Rosacea News item I normally put up. I went and did my bit for rosacea research yesterday. I have pleaded in the past for any rosacea sufferers located in Perth to go and support the research being done by PhD researcher Daphne Su at Murdoch University. Well Daphne is still […]

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A new topical treatment for acne, known generically as Omiganan, is to be trialled for rosacea. The treatment is known as a topical cationic peptide. This treatment has anti-inflammatory properties that were promising for acne. Now the developers are planning to trial it next year against rosacea. From MIGENIX Reports First Quarter Fiscal Year 2007 Financial Results Omiganan (CLS-001/MX-594AN; topical […]

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