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Recent Rosacea Blog Posts

What do you want to see on rosacea.org ?

The National Rosacea Society wants your input to determine what information you would like to see on their web site. As the most popular rosacea web site on the internet, rosacea.org is often the first stop for newly diagnosed rosacea sufferers. The NRS has access to the most noted rosacea experts and have been responsible […]

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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 is calling for grant applications for their 2010 allocation. Good to see that they want an emphasis on research into the cause rosacea. From New Grants Available Monday, July 27, 2009 New grants are available from the National Rosacea Society (NRS) to support research on potential causes and other key aspects of […]

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The NRS have an entry up on their weblog discussing the link between sunburn and rosacea. A study of 65 healthy subjects and 65 moderate to severe rosacea sufferers found that the rosacea patients `had significantly higher rates of blistering sunburns that those without rosacea’. Sadly there was no conclusion as to whether the extra […]

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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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