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Fewer Gastrointestinal Issues in Rosacea Treated With Subantimicrobial vs Conventional Doxycycline


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The investigators concluded that the results of this study imply that the use of CD-doxycycline may have an impact on the previously reported association between rosacea and GID. This may be due in part to a dose-dependent effect, but it might also be linked to the inherent characteristics of the SD (modified-release) formulation of doxycycline. Longitudinal studies are warranted in order to further define this association.

Fewer Gastrointestinal Issues in Rosacea Treated With Subantimicrobial vs Conventional Doxycycline, by Sheila Jacobs, Dermatology Advisor

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