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Lots of buzz at the moment about the publicity raised by a nature.com article about Cathelicidins. Increased serine protease activity and cathelicidin promotes skin inflammation in rosacea Acne rosacea is an inflammatory skin disease that affects 3% of the US population over 30 years of age and is characterized by erythema, papulopustules and telangiectasia. The […]

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It is nice to see that slowly newspaper articles on rosacea are becoming more informed. One might even think that they are surfing the net to see what new information is out there. Sydney’s Sunday Daily Telegraph: Skin care, How to combat Rosacea, Seeing red by Matthew Thompson, I can sympathize with this quote from Deborah ; The unwelcome […]

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It is not very often than an online newspaper or news site features a half decent article about rosacea. This article from the Fashion & Beauty section of the Washington Post is reasonable for a mass audience paper. Rosacea is still a mystery to the population at large, so it is encouraging to see this […]

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From I’ve got thighs and buttocks — I’m never going to be a size zero, February 16, 2007 [Are you] High maintenance? Completely. Everything about me is high maintenance, starting with the voice, which I look after like a child. I take a humidifier wherever I go and I sleep in a steam room to […]

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Edit: Updated Feb 2007, corrected links that were no longer valid. Rosacea guru to end battle over critics’ site By Kevin Corcoran, kevin.corcoran@indystar.com Copyright 2005 IndyStar.com. All rights reserved A Fishers physiologist whose online postings turned him into a guru for people suffering from rosacea agreed Thursday to abandon his legal fight to silence a […]

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