David Pascoe

David Pascoe started the Rosacea Support Group in October 1998.

Accuitis to trial ACU-D1 for Rosacea

Written by on March 6, 2017 in clinical trials, New Rosacea Treatments with 2 Comments
Accuitis to trial ACU-D1 for Rosacea

A drug that is said to inhibit nuclear factor kappa beta (NFkB), is to be trialed as a rosacea treatment. The new treatment, code named ACU-D1 will be tested as a treatment primarily for the papules and pustules of rosacea. Clinical Trial NCT03064438 Efficacy of Accu-D1 in the Treatment of Acne Rosacea The study evaluates the safety, […]

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Rhofade website and prescribing information is live

Rhofade website and prescribing information is live

The official web site for Rhofade has gone live and now contains information that Allergan has not previously made public. Official web sites for prescription products normally contain statistics summarising clinical trial data, official dosage information, and other notes for doctors wanting to understand the cost and benefit of a new treatment. For rosacea sufferers, […]

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Trump takes tetracycline for rosacea

Written by on February 3, 2017 in in the news, tetracyclines with 3 Comments

The New York Times is reporting on the health status of the President, based on an interview with his doctor – Harold N. Bornstein. The interview includes mention that Trump is taking a long acting tetracycline to control his rosacea. It isn’t clear which formulation of tetracycline this would refer to. I’m sure the reporting is […]

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Who should NOT use Rhofade

Who should NOT use Rhofade

RHOFADE has just been approved by the FDA and some of the information that is typically included in the RHOFADE Prescribing Information is now available. The PI for a prescription treatment includes a list of pre-existing medical conditions that might preclude one from using this treatment, and a list of possible adverse reactions. All treatments […]

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Will RHOFADE work for me ?

Will RHOFADE work for me ?

  So RHOFADE has been approved by the FDA and will be available in the United States from May 2017. What does the published trial data suggest about the likelihood of RHOFADE being a winning treatment for your red face?Two clinical trials comparing RHOFADE to an inactive gel produced similar results, so rosacea sufferers can have […]

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