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Recent Rosacea Blog Posts

The NRS has just posted an easy-to-read summary of recent NRS funded research results. The update mentions the `Gallo Research’ and describes it ; “Dr. Richard Gallo at the University of California-San Diego found a consistently aberrant innate immune response in individuals with rosacea to environmental and emotional triggers.” Spin-off research related to type I […]

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The National Rosacea Society have just announced their 2009 research grants. Four studies have been chosen, totally almost $90,000. Quite a buzz for me to see that a study in Australia has made the grade. Dr. Richard Gallo, who has received a lot of press coverage from the research on the role of cathelicidins, and […]

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The latest instalment of the NRS Ask the Doctors blog addresses the possibility of children suffering from rosacea. Dr. Paller says that the published literature does mention cases of rosacea being found in children, although it is rare. The possibility of childhood ocular rosacea is also mentioned. My wife believes that our 10-year-old son might […]

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The National Rosacea Society web site has just uploaded a page on Seborrheic Dermatitis ; Although the two disorders are unrelated, a recent clinical study found that 26 percent of patients with rosacea also had facial seborrheic dermatitis and 28 percent had seborrheic dermatitis of the scalp. Additionally, a survey by the National Rosacea Society […]

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NRS wants your feedback on Research !

The NRS Blog has a new entry today where they are asking for your feedback on the direction of future rosacea research. The NRS have put their Reader Survey (part of their Rosacea Review publication) online for the first time. This will make it really easy for everyone to give some feedback to the NRS. […]

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