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    • "And if the machine shows rosacea what would you recommend for that? I heard there is a new cream on the market that works well." Kristin Auble "Yes, it’s called Rhofade and it just received FDA approval. So that’s exciting. We also have a laser called the Vbeam that helps with vascular issue such as rosacea. So I would recommend a combo of the cream and laser treatment." Dr. David Shafer, New York City Tech Alert: 3D Imaging May Be The Secret to Perfect Skin, by Kristin Auble, W Magazine
    • Dermata Therapeutics, a San Diego development-stage biotech advancing new treatments for rosacea, eczema, and related dermatological diseases, said it has secured $5 million in additional funding from private investors and entered into a $5 million credit facility with Silicon Valley Bank. Dermata has developed DMT210 which is for rosacea.  Dermata Secures $10M in Combined Financing for Skin Treatments, by Bruce V Bigelow, Xconomy, San Diego
    • The Dermatologist Forms Collaboration with The National Rosacea Society, PRWeb, Benzinga
    • "A recent study in the British Journal of Dermatology makes a case for treating and managing rosacea based on the clinical presentation, or phenotype." Global Consensus on Rosacea Treatments by Phenotype, by Jennifer Newton, Medical News Bulletin
    • You've probably heard of common skin conditions like psoriasis and eczema, but do you also know about rosacea? If not, you've got to listen up. "Rosacea is abnormal blood vessel growth in all layers of the skin, caused by internal problems and inflammation within the body and skin," says Julia T. Hunter, MD, a dermatologist and founder of Wholistic Dermatology. This abnormal blood vessel growth is the result of low thyroid, fungal overgrowth internally, gut inflammation, and chronic sun overexposure, she says.

      10 Things You Need to Know About Rosacea—Whether You Have It or Not, by AUBREY ALMANZA, Reader's Digest